A veteran owned company

Helping empower first-responders to help save lives.

our company

The medics lodge is a veteran owned organisation, spearheaded by a faculty of experienced healthcare clinicians and educators from within the emergency ambulance services and the Armed Forces.

We’re industry leaders in the provision of innovative, educational and immersive pre-hospital emergency care and trauma training for first responders, healthcare professionals and the public.

through a professional partnership with the Anaesthesia Trauma & Critical Care (ATACC) Group we’re helping to empower first responders to help save lives and reduce pre-hospital preventable deaths.

RESCUE TRAUMA AND CASUALTY CARE (RQF)

Our mission statement is simple. we aspire to Provide ‘good training’ that’s creative, engaging and realistic. To help empower first responders with the ability to deliver ‘great treatment’ to all patients, in any environment.

we're proficient

Our team pride themselves on being active and proficient healthcare professionals who specialise in pre-hospital emergency medicine and trauma.

We're educators

Not only are our faculty all registered healthcare professionals, but our team are also all enthusiastic educators with a focus on our clients learning.

We're Empowering

We seriously thrive on our ability to empower our clients with both the confidence and clinical competence to help patients with time critical injuries.

We're Innovative

The Medics Lodge are pioneers in pre-hospital medical emergency and trauma training with innovative and immersive training methods and education.

Realistic and creative Skill Stations that advance theory into practice. 

Immersive and dynamic scenarios that empower individuals with confidence.

Educational and engaging learning that’s delivered by subject matter experts.

The TEAM

PJ McLeod

PJ started his career in emergency medicine when he joined the British Army as a combat medical technician in 2009. In 2018 pj transferred into the reserves and joined south-east coast ambulance service in which he works as a paramedic. PJ is the lead educator at the medics lodge.

Georgia Leadbeater

Georgia has been involved in healthcare since her earky teens and has since developed into a highly respected emergency nurse with extensive A&E experience working within a major trauma unit. Georgia supports the medics lodge as the dedicated training manager.

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The medics lodge is a veteran owned organisation, spearheaded by a faculty of experienced healthcare clinicians and educators from within the emergency ambulance services and the Armed Forces.

We’re industry leaders in the provision of innovative, educational and immersive pre-hospital emergency care and trauma training for first responders, healthcare professionals and the public.

through a professional partnership with the Anaesthesia Trauma & Critical Care (ATACC) Group we’re helping to empower first responders to help save lives and reduce pre-hospital preventable deaths.

Our training faculty consist of a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals that are also clinical educators with over 30 years’ experience in the emergency services and armed forces.

THE MEDICS LODGE ARE THE ONLY UK BASED TAG PARTNER WITH A TRAINING FACULTY CONSISTING OF SOLELY REGISTERED HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS WHO SPECIALISE IN PRE-HOSPITAL MEDICAL EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE.

We're Innovative

The Medics Lodge are pioneers in pre-hospital medical emergency and trauma training with innovative and immersive training methods and education.

we're proficient

Our team pride themselves on being active and proficient healthcare professionals who specialise in pre-hospital emergency medicine and trauma.

We're educators

Not only are our faculty all registered healthcare professionals, but our team are also all enthusiastic educators with a focus on our clients learning.

We're Empowering

We seriously thrive on our ability to empower our clients with both the confidence and clinical competence to help patients with time critical injuries.