1 APRIL 2022: JEREMY HUNT MP AT HASLEWORKS

HASLEWORKS HOSTS RECEPTION FOR JEREMY HUNT MP’S CAMPAIGN FOR NEW CANCER & SURGICAL INNOVATION CENTRE   On Thursday 31 March, HasleWorks – a new co-working space in Haslemere Town Centre – hosted a reception to thank members of the local community for supporting Jeremy Hunt MP’s fundraising campaign for the new Cancer & Surgical Innovation…

22 MARCH 2022: KSS APPOINTS NEW TRUSTEES

Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS) has strengthened its Board with the appointment of four new Trustees.   The new Trustees are:   Nick Hall – Nick’s interest in Air Ambulance services began with the Royal Flying Doctor Service – providing medical support in remote communities in Australia. He became more passionate about what…

28 FEBRUARY 2022: KSS COLLABORATES WITH UCLH

Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS) has partnered with University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) to create a new pre-hospital module for Airway Matters – the Trust’s Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) which, since launching in 2020, has attracted over 30,000 learners from 165 countries.   The new module – which is…

26 NOVEMBER 2021: HB&L RDA CELEBRATES SUCCESS

Horsley, Bookham & Leatherhead Riding for the Disabled Association (HB&L RDA) – the life-changing charity that provides therapeutic horse riding sessions for children and young adults with disabilities – today announces that it has successfully raised the funds required to complete its new purpose-built facility at Badgers Farm, Effingham thanks to generous public support.  …

9 NOVEMBER 2021: ROAD SAFETY WEEK

With almost 24,000 people killed or seriously injured on the UK’s roads last year[1], Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS) is taking part in Road Safety Week 2021 (15 – 21 November) to raise awareness of the critical role we can all play in helping to make our roads safer for everyone.   Road…

10 AUGUST 2021: KSS RESEARCH SHOWS HEMS BENEFITS

Research from life-saving charity Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS) in partnership with the University of Surrey has shown the significant benefits of HEMS in responding to penetrating torso injuries suffered by patients in rural or semi-rural areas. Penetrating trauma is most commonly associated with stabbing or shooting.   The retrospective study, which analysed data…