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Angela’s Leicestershire Round

July 14th, 2018|0 Comments

To celebrate the L&RFWI centenary Angela will be walking the Leicestershire Round.  This 100 mile route takes the walker in a clockwise direction around the scenic route of Leicestershire and parts of Rutland.  This is the equivalent of 4 marathons over 10 days...   Angela is donating all the funds she raises to EMICS. You can help support Angela's fundraising here:

Local theatre group support EMCIS

March 7th, 2018|0 Comments

The Scraptoft Players have chosen to support EMICS by donating proceeds from their upcoming performance, Nautical but Nice.  The performance will run over two nights, 20th and 21st April 2018.  Tickets are available from Pauline Pearce (0116 212 3180)

Download a Charity Single to support EMICS

February 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Rutland musician and newly appointed EMICS ambassador Paul McClure released a single at the end of last year called ‘Baby That’s You’, and also made a video staring his friend James Sutton (Hollyoaks/Emmerdale). Paul and James will donate all profits from the sale of the single to their favourite charities, with EMICS as Paul’s choice. Buying the single will send money directly to the Charity, watching and sharing the video will help to raise awareness of the fantastic work the charities do. You can download it from iTunes, Amazon and all good download sites and watch the video on YouTube or on Paul’s website. Baby That's You - by Paul McClure You can download the single from iTunes or Amazon.

Gala Charity Concert 1st June 2018

January 4th, 2018|0 Comments

On 1st June there will be a Gala Charity Concert at the Newark Palace Theatre in aid of EMICS and the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance. Ever since the national success of the Military Wives Choir and Gareth Malone, new audiences continue to appreciate different styles of choral music. And now, the Belvoir Wassailers, a male voice choir situated in the Vale of Belvoir, are hosting a concert with a difference in aid of two local life-saving charities – the East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme and the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance. Joining the Belvoir Wassailers will be the Cranwell Military Wives Choir made up of the partners of officers based at RAF Cranwell and further afield, the high-energy Newark Rock Choir, and the award-winning De Montfort University Gospel Choir. Tickets cost £15 each and are selling fast so book now to avoid disappointment at Please add the date to your diaries and spread the word so we can all have a great time while raising as much money as possible!

Called out on to support @EMASNHSTrust crews in Lincoln at an incident this evening. #DayLightCareInTheDark #MinutesMatter @EMICS999 @liveshq

EMICS in the East Midlands

Today I'm out on shift with @EMASNHSTrust to see the crew's work first-hand. Here is my view en route to our first call out.

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EMICS in the East MidlandsBASICS was founded by Ken Easton in the 1960's and, since then, has been going from strength to strength! We now support #voluntary immediate care schemes up and down the UK. Find out more about our history here: ... See MoreSee Less

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Volunteer Dr Guy Rutty has had a very busy few days working alongside the ambulance service - undertaking over 5 jobs in 5 days. These have included a number of cardiac arrests, a patient with severe trauma, a cyclist fallen from their bike and today a motorcyclist with significant injuries. Thank you for all the time you volunteer for EMICS Guy. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dr Tim Baker is a volunteer with St. John Ambulance as well as EMICS, and it was while on duty in Northamptonshire last weekend he was called away to a serious rollover RTC close-by, assessing and initiating treatment with EMAS before transferring care to the air ambulance for rapid treatment in hospital.

The next day, at home, off duty (and knee-deep in lego), he was then asked to respond to another road traffic accident in Nottinghamshire, assisting EMAS in treating the most seriously injured, discharging others from scene, and meeting the same air ambulance crew in two days by the roadside. All patients doing well.

Tim is very proud to be part of the EMAS, Police, Fire and Rescue, Air Ambulance EMICS Team in the Community.

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