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Medical Flight Service Celebrates Its 10th Year of Service


Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance is celebrating its 10th year of starting its air ambulance operations. During this period, the medical flight service carried out more than 7000 missions, saving patients from life-threatening situations. The charity will be celebrating its tenth anniversary by unveiling a new logo and extending its services to ground-based operations.

New Look for HIWAA

The medical flight service has also decided to reinvent its look by unveiling a new logo to coincide with their tenth anniversary celebrations. The new logo for Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance reflects the update in their services, since their air ambulance is now available all day and night throughout the year.

With the update of their service, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance is among the first air ambulance operators to provide their services at night. This new look will reflect on the air ambulance and on their new vehicle dedicated for crucial care. Their critical care team vehicle will begin its operations this week.

According to Alex Lochrane, the charity’s CEO, they wanted their brand identity to keep up with the developments in their service. They wanted to update the original logo so that their new look reflects the charity’s commitment to providing high-quality pre-hospital care and transport throughout the year.

HIWAA to Add New Ground Operations besides Its Medical Flight Service

In addition to their medical transport service via air ambulance, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance will also begin providing ground ambulance service to mark its 10th year of service. The charity is dedicated to providing the highest level of medical care outside of a hospital while transporting patients to dedicated medical facilities. Lochrane also expressed his gratitude to the community, which has enabled them to continue their services in the region.

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