Prince William speaking openly about his role as an air ambulance pilot, is welcome publicity for the emergency services 'unsung heroes'.  

A fleet of 37 aircraft serves the United Kingdom 365 days a year, helping an average of 70 people every single day by providing first-class pre-hospital treatment that improves outcomes and speeds recovery. This includes both medical and trauma missions requiring life-saving interventions.

As filmmakers TINKER TAYLOR work closely with Midlands Air Ambulance Charity and have been privileged to spend time filming with paramedics, both in the air and on the ground. The trauma these brilliant, skilled medics encounter on a regular basis, is from my perspective, quite shocking - and yet every paramedic I have met, is wonderfully calm and (excuse the pun) grounded. 

Please take a moment to watch this video. 

Air Ambulance Paramedic, Jon

Jon Bingham, MAA Paramedic and Consultant Anaesthetist at University Hospitals for the North Midlands. One patient I interviewed described the Air Ambulance as 'Angels in the Sky'. I have to agree.