The Medics Lodge is a Veteran Owned Company led by serving NHS and Military Paramedics

PJ Mcleod (Peej)

Founder | Paramedic

PJs’ background starts with the Royal Army Medical Corps in which PJ trained as a combat medical technician. This provided PJ with the foundations of his passion for critical care and trauma, gaining impeccable clinical experience all over the world with two operational deployments to Afghanistan. PJ has worked with some of the worlds most known military units such as; The United States Marine Corps, Royal Marines, Royal Gurkha Rifles and the Afghanistan Tiger Team. In 2018, after 9 years service PJ transferred from the Regular Army into the Army reserves. PJ joined South-East Coast Ambulance Service in the same year and now works as a frontline Paramedic.

PJ is an enthusiastic medical instructor and has delivered training to various organisations including the MODs’ joint counter terrorist training and advisory team, Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Units Specialist Firearm Officers and Afghanistan Special Forces.
PJ is also part of the ATACC Groups training faculty. PJs favourite clinical subjects are the management of major haemorrhage and traumatic cardiac arrests.

Elliot Williams (Eli)

Instructor| Paramedic

Elliot started his career with studies in rescue and emergency management whilst based in Cornwall. Through this Elliot gained experience in operational firefighting, search and rescue, water and technical rescue and patient management in hostile environments. Following this he studied to become a Paramedic in the South East and on gaining his HCPC Paramedic registration he joined South East Coast Ambulance Service.

Elliot has a particular interest in expedition and crisis medicine and is currently studying for his upcoming expedition leader course. Elliot has a keen interest in teaching having previously been the chair of a Paramedic society and has provided conference days and regular CPD events for upcoming future Paramedics. Elliot has successfully demonstrated his teaching abilities having mentored multiple students who have gone on to become excellent Paramedics.

Ryan Murray (Cobba)

Clinical Advisor | Paramedic

Ryan is a vital member of The Medics Lodge training team and is also a registered Paramedic from Queensland, Australia. He has been working in the United Kingdom since 2016 as a Paramedic for South East Coast Ambulance Service, and previously worked for Queensland Ambulance Service.

Ryan’s clinical expertise surrounds ECG’s (Electrocardiograms), pathophysiology and trauma. Ryan helps ensure that our products and training course content is clinically correct and audited. Ryan is also a passionate clinical instructor who has been engaged in clinical leadership and mentorship within medical education since 2015, teaching a wide variety of subjects accounting for different skill set requirements. Ryan has successfully mentored many students who have gone on to be very competent Paramedics.

Georgia Leadbeater (Gee)

Training Facilitator | Nurse

Gee manages all of our training administration and co-ordinates the entire Medics Lodge training team (she keeps us in check!). She also manages all student bookings and their course enrolment. Gees’ main role during our training delivery is moulage simulation and special effects! Gee is a registered Nurse with the nursing and midwifery council (NMC) and is currently employed with East Kent Hospitals and works within the Accident and Emergency department of The William Harvey Hospital.

Gee is new to clinical teaching and is currently undertaking training to be able to mentor student nurses and pass on her passion for patient centred care. Gee is currently in the process of starting her own domiciliary group and is an aspiring potential First Aid, Trauma and Casualty Care instructor. Gees’ main areas of interest are trauma, the pathology and management of diabetic patients suffering from diabetic ketoacidosis. 

PJ McLeod ‘Peej’

Founder | Paramedic

PJ served in the Royal Army Medical Corps as a regular combat medical technician for over 9 years, gaining impeccable clinical experience all over the world with two operational deployments to Afghanistan. PJ has worked with some of the worlds most known military units such as; The United States Marine Corps, Royal Marines, Royal Gurkha Rifles and the Afghanistan Tiger Team. In 2018 PJ transferred from the regular army into the Army reserves and joined South-East Coast Ambulance Service. 

PJ is an enthusiastic medical instructor and has delivered training to various organisations including the MODs’ joint counter terrorist training and advisory team, Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Units Specialist Firearm Officers and Afghanistan Special Forces. PJs favourite clinical subjects are management of major haemorrhage and traumatic cardiac arrests.

Elliot Williams ‘Els’

Instructor | Paramedic

Elliot started his career with studies in rescue and emergency management whilst based in Cornwall. Through this Elliot gained experience in operational firefighting, search and rescue, water and technical rescue and patient management in hostile environments. Following this he studied to become a Paramedic in the South East and on gaining his HCPC Paramedic registration he joined South East Coast Ambulance Service.

Elliot has a particular interest in expedition and crisis medicine and is currently studying for his upcoming expedition leader course. Elliot has a keen interest in teaching having previously been the chair of a Paramedic society and has provided conference days and regular CPD events for upcoming future Paramedics. In addition to this Elliot has successfully demonstrated his teaching abilities having mentored multiple students who have gone on to become excellent Paramedics.

Ryan Murray ‘Cobba’

Clinical Lead | Paramedic

Ryan is a vital member of The Medics Lodge training team and is also a registered Paramedic from Queensland, Australia. He has been working in the United Kingdom since 2016 as a Paramedic for South East Coast Ambulance Service, and previously worked for Queensland Ambulance Service. Ryan’s clinical expertise surrounds ECG’s (Electrocardiograms), pathophysiology and trauma. Ryan helps ensure that our products and training course content is clinically correct and audited 

Ryan is also a passionate clinical instructor who has been engaged in clinical leadership and mentorship within medical education since 2015, teaching a wide variety of subjects accounting for different skill set requirements. Ryan has successfully mentored many students who have gone on to be very competent Paramedics.

Georgia Leadbeater ‘Gee’

Training Co-ordinator | Nurse

Gee is the newest member of our training team and manages all of our training administration and co-ordinates the entire Medics Lodge training team (basically she keeps us in check!). She also manages all student bookings and their course enrolment. Gee is a registered Nurse with the nursing and midwifery council (NMC) and is currently employed with East Kent Hospitals and works within the Accident and Emergency department of The William Harvey Hospital.

Gee is new to clinical teaching and is currently undertaking training to be able to mentor student nurses and pass on her passion for patient centred care. Gee is currently in the process of starting her own domiciliary group and is an aspiring potential First Aid, Trauma and Casualty Care instructor. Gees’ main areas of interest are trauma, cardiology and the pathology and management of diabetic patients suffering from diabetic ketoacidosis.