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SARS volunteer clinicians provide immediate and advanced medical care to patients with serious or life-threatening medical conditions or trauma.
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Over the years, we have collaborated with many different organisations and charities to help raise awareness of vital issues that are directly relevant to our prehospital work.
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Since 1972, SARS volunteer clinicians have treated thousands of patients, all without charge.
SARS became operational in 1972. Find out more about why we exist here.
SARS responders include Anaesthetists, Consultants in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Paramedics.
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SARS offers talks, in-house presentations and CPR awareness sessions.
SARS receives no central government funding. We rely on voluntary donations to fund equipment and training for our clinical volunteers. Please help us offer the best possible service to the people of Suffolk and its surrounding areas.
SARS volunteers were mobilized 356 times between April 2020 – March 2021. In 20% of the incidents attended, SARS were first on scene.
Bystander CPR increases the survival rate of patients who have suffered a cardiac arrest. Learn how to do this vital life-saving skill, here.
SARS presented with the High Sheriff's award for services to the community
SARS doctor, Jeremy Mauger has been awarded the Suffolk medal for his positive impact on the lives of others.
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Suffolk Accident Rescue Service, Unit 1b, Woolpit Business Park, Windmill Avenue, Woolpit, IP30 9UP | Registered Charity no 1168764
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