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Our Company

Why was TEAM MEDIC Formed?

At the start Team Medic was born from the idea of providing a better level of medical care to the  British American football community.  I believed that players deserved a better level of care that provided a high degree of experience and expertise in the  types of injuries American footballers sustain during a game.  To fill this gap TEAM MEDIC was born to provide comprehensive medical support specific to British American Football teams.

We have gone from strength to strength and within seven years Team Medic have expanded its reach and now provides first aid cover to the following;

  • NHS and Private Transfer
  • Cycling
  • Rugby
  • Equine
  • Fighting Sports (boxing, karate, MMA and wrestling)
  • Production filming
  • Educational institution sporting events

Why Choose TEAM MEDIC?

Why should you consider us? That’s easy to answer. TEAM MEDIC are offering bespoke medical packages to service your sporting or non sporting event.

By understanding  logistics and risks in most sporting events, we have implemented procedures and processes to mitigate any unnecessary mishaps.

But the real strength behind TEAM MEDIC is categorically our staff. We possess a highly trained and skilled workforce who maintains significant experience in  sport injuries. Don’t just take my word for it read below biographies from two of our sport physiotherapists.

We also maintain a firm understanding of the new Event Purple Guide which  has been written by The Events Industry Forum in consultation with the events industry. Its aim is to help those event organisers who are dutyholders to manage health and safety, particularly at large-scale music and similar events.

Meet The Team

Our staff undertakes full training on game day procedures, logistics and the correct removal of American Football equipment. Furthermore, we run refresher courses on the usage of specific medical equipment and drugs used in American Football games. All onsite members maintain patient report forms to log any game day incident. They also adhere to Team Medic’s Game day Medical Protocol, which ensures that the most appropriate treatment and procedure is being followed.

Marion Roberts
Marion RobertsManaging Director
I am the Managing Director and one of the co-founders of Team Medic.
I have an engineering background, and initially worked for Emcor and First Engineering before joining Network Rail in 2007 as maintenance facilitator. I was promoted in 2009 to Facilities Delivery Manager, which was the first time a woman had ever held this position. In 2011 I was promoted again to a Station Manager of Cannon Street and London Bridge. These are London’s busiest transport hubs with more than 50,000,000 people using the station every year.
As a station manager I was responsible for the day to day operation of the station and managed a team of 40 people. The skills I developed in this role enabled me to learn how to make crucial judgement calls in a safety critical environment, on the front line, which I have utilised at Team Medic.

Craig Wade
Craig WadeOperations Manager
I studied both medicine and travel and tourism at Uxbridge Technical College, which led me to travel around the world for two years, before settling into a career within sales and marketing management.
After two years I then set up my own marketing and recruitment companies within the IT sector for an additional three years, then transferring into the television and film industry, as a TV programme developer and critic.
Thereafter I worked as a communications manager at SKY for 13 years – where I later decided that I wanted to re-train as an EMT.  I have obtained my blue light and advanced driving certificate and trainee tech.
I have been working at Team Medic since June of 2016, starting as a medic that covers a variety of sporting events – and now hold the position of Registered CQC Manager which I obtained in October 2017.  Furthermore, I now mainly work from within the Team Medic HQ – overseeing events and organising medics for jobs, however, from time to time I attend events or carry out PTS work.

Sara Sloper
Sara SloperCompliance Manager
I studied Business Administration at both College and the University of London, before embarking on a career in Treasury with HFC Bank. After six years of banking, I moved onto a career at Hewlett Packard. For the five years I was there, I was involved in project management, and managed staff.

I then decided to take a break from working in order to have my children, however, during this time I became a carer to a family member which re-ignited my passion for medicine. I decided to retrain in medicine and managed to obtain my blue light licence and became an ambulance trainee technician.

My next job was at Surrey Ambulance for two years, providing front line support on 999 calls, doctor referrals and PTS jobs.

I joined Team Medic in September 2017, as a compliance manager. I work closely with the CQC manager to make sure that all of Team Medic’s activity happens within the CQC guidelines.

Dion Slattery-Hill
Dion Slattery-HillBusiness Administrator
I studied Psychology, Business and Media Studies at St. John the Baptist Sixth From.
I didn’t want to follow the conventional route of attending university, so I applied for an apprenticeship which led me to start working for Team Medic.
My main responsibilities include the following; updating our electronic scheduling planner, maintaining the customer database.

Contact Info

Unit F1/F2 Mayford Business Centre, Woking GU22 0PP

Phone: 01483 740 237

Web: Homepage