Helping you with the loss of a loved one
The death of a loved one can be tough
Though most of us will experience bereavement in our lifetime, each of us will grieve for our loved ones in a different way. The reality for our crew, our charity staff and the loved ones of our patients is that we can’t always save the life of the person we have reached. We hope that there’s some comfort in knowing that the crew who responded would have done everything they could. Our team are here to help you at this difficult time and are ready to support you, when the time is right for you.
We are here for you
If you have any questions or would like to visit the crew and the air ambulance base then please do reach out to us.
‘‘GWAAC is very close to my heart for all of their efforts to try and save my brother, Luke. The work they do is beyond amazing, saving lives on a daily basis. Not only that, but the team keep in contact with patients and/or their families, which is lovely and brings comfort to those who need it.’’
If you require additional, specialist support with your bereavement, please consider contacting the organisations listed.