CPR saved my life

Whitley Bay adds backing to Restart a Heart campaign

A Whitley Bay dad who survived after suffering from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome has been reunited with the people who saved his life.

Meet Northumberland’s newest life-saving volunteers

New community first responders trained

North East Ambulance Service is hoping the number 13 will prove lucky for the Northumberland area after welcoming its latest group of community life savers.

"Thank you for coming to the rescue"

Emotional reunion for man kicked in the face by his horse

A man who underwent hours of facial surgery after being kicked in the face by his horse has been reunited with the ambulance staff who came to his aid.

Mother thanks ambulance crew for her delivering baby at home

A new mother thanks ambulance crew for delivering her baby at home.

Pregnant twenty-two year old nursery practitioner, Amy Turnbull from Gateshead began contractions and was preparing for nature to take its course.  As time went by and her contractions strengthened, she phoned for an ambulance to help get to hospital.

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NEAS conducting groundbreaking trial on cardiac arrest patients


A study aimed at finding the best way to treat people who have suffered a cardiac arrest outside of hospital is underway in the North East.

Traditionally, adrenaline has been used - but some research suggest this could actually be harmful.

The blind study, developed by Warwick University, will see 50% of cardiac arrest patients in the North East given a salt-water solution instead.

There is a process for those patients who do not wish to participate. Further details below:







 Council of Governors

CoG 2015 

2016/17 meeting dates and papers can be found here


Staff Awards 2017


Have you received exceptional care from our staff, did they go beyond the call of duty to help?

If so you can nominate them for an award in our annual staff recognition programme

Click on the image below to go to the nomination form

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