The average time to rapidly reach and start treating a patient is jut ten minutes, either by critical care car or air ambulance, enabling us to continue to do what we do best…Saving Lives by Saving Time.
Since 1991, we have responded to more than 70,000 call outs. Our three helicopters undertake on average six missions per day and the two critical care cars also attend six missions per day.
Care Quality Commission Regulated
Midlands Air Ambulance Charity (MAAC) is an independent charity and healthcare provider that is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The aim of the CQC is to ensure patients can expect to receive the essential standards of quality while being treated by the MAAC team in the pre-hospital environment. At present, MAAC is waiting for its first CQC rating, which will be displayed publicly once received.
Click on each of the below pages to find out more about the missions we undertake on a daily basis.