Martyn is responsible for the overall philosophy and direction of IPRS. He is a supporter of the team ethic and to cascading the principles of elite sport into a commercial environment. He is a highly successful and experienced business director, who has constantly delivered within a complex and highly competitive UK, European and world-wide, healthcare service sector.
Vanessa was appointed as the Medical Director of IPRS Aeromed in August 2014 but she has previously worked as a Senior Forensic Medical Examiner for the Metropolitan Police Service and she is certified as a Consultant in Accident & Emergency, having trained initially as a cardiothoracic surgeon. She graduated from King's College Hospital and has since become a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS); the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (FRCEM) and the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine (FFFLM). She is the author of 'Churchill's Medicolegal Pocketbook' and is currently studying for her LLM in the Legal Aspects of Medical Practice at Cardiff University. This varied background means that Vanessa brings a wealth of experience in Forensic, Legal and Emergency medicine, which is helping IPRS Aeromed to move forward in both repatriation medicine and other areas.
Vicki is responsible for the operational running of IPRS Aeromed working with service delivery, administration and clinical teams to ensure the highest quality of medical services are experienced by our clients. She has a background in the International Medical Assistance field dating back to 2000. Vicki joined the company in its previous form of Aeromed 365 in 2004 and has progressed with the business to become the General Manager of IPRS Aeromed.
Shane was appointed IPRS Aeromed Clinical Operations Manager in June 2016. He has 15 years of experience in the Ambulance service, in both NHS trusts and the private sector. As a Clinical Team Leader with the London Ambulance Service, he implemented "New Ways of Working" and "Team Based" working at a Central London station, to help improve the work-life balance of clinicians. After the London 2012 Olympics, where he worked as an Olympic Deployment Centre manager, he took up a new role as a HEMS Paramedic in Abu Dhabi with National Ambulance LLC. He worked closely with the Director of Operations in the project planning phase of setting up the first dedicated HEMS service to the Oil and Gas industry in the Middle East before being appointed as Area Manager for the Northern Emirates, where he was responsible for setting up and managing all aspects of the new ambulance service in the Emirates of Ras al-Khaimah and Um al-Quwain. Shane thus brings a wealth of experience in the Clinical and Operational management of Paramedics, Emergency Medical Technicians and a range of remote and lone working medical staff. which will greatly aid IPRS Aeromed in moving forward in both repatriation medicine and other areas.