Carl called to Hunstanton cliff fall

In the early hours of Saturday morning, NARS Critical Care Paramedic Carl Smith was called out to Hunstanton, where a man was reported to have fallen from the cliff. The...

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Barry called to life-threatening injuries in RTC

At 9.40pm on Wednesday evening, Norfolk Accident Rescue Service CCP (Critical Care Paramedic) Barry Hart was tasked from home by the Critical Care Desk (CCD) to attend a single...

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Ryan called to RTC at Fincham

At 7:10am this morning, Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS) Critical Care Paramedic Ryan Warwick was tasked by the Critical Care Desk to a serious road traffic collision...

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NARS Doctors and paramedics volunteer their time to enhance the level of care provided for patients who suffer serious injury or acute medical illness.  NARS...

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Meet the Team

Meet the great team of volunteers that help provide vital services for the Norfolk region.  The volunteers work is essential to saving lives and providing...

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Frostendon A12 Fatalities – 8th October 2013

Frostendon A12 Fatalities – 8th October 2013

The girl and man died after there was a collision between a silver Citroen and a silver Peugeot. Emergency services including doctors and paramedics from Suffolk Accident Rescue Service and Norfolk Accident Rescue Service were called to the collision at 8.18pm. The A12 was closed while the emergency services dealt with the incident and officers carried out...

A Busy Night for CCP Barry Hart

11th April: At 9pm, Critical Care Paramedic Barry Hart was despatched via the Critical Care Desk in Norwich to an incident in Great Yarmouth, where a male had fallen from a building. The injured person was taken by ambulance to the James Paget Hospital. Following this, he was later routed to another incident, this time in Lowestoft, where a 14-year old had...

Please join the NARS Sweepstake!

NARS has launched a Sweepstake which will help raise much-needed funds and which gives supporters a chance to win a cash prize four times every month. The way it works is quite simple. Each ‘chance’ costs £1, so the standard monthly subscription is £4. If you wish, you can buy more than one ‘chance’ to have a greater chance of...

latest News

  • Carl called to Hunstanton cliff fall

    In the early hours of Saturday morning, NARS Critical Care Paramedic Carl Smith was called out to Hunstanton, where a man was reported to have...

  • Barry called to life-threatening injuries in RTC

    At 9.40pm on Wednesday evening, Norfolk Accident Rescue Service CCP (Critical Care Paramedic) Barry Hart was tasked from home by the Critical...

  • Ryan called to RTC at Fincham

    At 7:10am this morning, Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS) Critical Care Paramedic Ryan Warwick was tasked by the Critical Care Desk to a...

  • Medic 22 called to Lowestoft

    Today, Medic 22 was manned by Critical Care Paramedics Barry Hart and Bob Griffiths. The RRV was on shift in the Great Yarmouth area and...