It has been announced that plans for a helipad at QMC, Nottingham have changed.
The HELP Appeal recognises that the plans for a new integrated emergency Care Centre that will include a rooftop helipad offers a far better solution for urgent and emergency care in Nottingham. The helipad will provide direct access to the Emergency Department and will not require a secondary transfer by road ambulance, which would have been the case with the previously planned helipad. We are happy that our £1million agreed to fund the helipad is directed towards this new life-saving project.
All of our team receive a full induction and strict training programme including an explanation that all funds raised in support of the HELP Appeal are used and distributed towards the construction of helipads throughout the country including QMC in Nottingham.
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