At Team Medic we pride ourselves on being the premier event medical providers in dealing with sport injuries – both remedial and preventative.

Although our main specialisation lies  in providing medical cover to American football teams across the UK, both at community and varsity level, we have expanded our services to cover a range of  other sporting events which include;

  • Cycling
  • Rugby
  • Equine
  • Fighting Sports
  • Production filming
  • Educational institutions

Team Medic also offer tailor made event medical cover to a wide range of events throughout the UK. We will provide you with the complete package of medical cover, from a first aider, paramedic, physiotherapist/sport therapists to a fully equipped front line ambulance.

All team members are fully inducted and trained in all aspects of event day protocols and practices. We are proactive in keeping abreast with the latest pre-hospital guidelines and research.

As Team Medic specialises in event medical cover for all manner of sport and recreational activities, and we have a a proven track record in providing preventative and remedial care, we firmly believe that we are the best choice for your organisation. We have  built a strong reputation as a reliable and cost effective  medical provider.

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