Emily joined Cornwall Air Ambulance in July 2016. She qualified and graduated from the first cohort of university Paramedics from the University of Plymouth in 2011, working for South Western Ambulance Service throughout her training. She has continued to study since graduating and so is enjoying her masters programme in critical care. Outside of work, having lived in Cornwall all of her life, Emily enjoys the Cornish countryside and beaches during the summer.
Jeremy has worked for South Western Ambulance since 1984 back in the days when it was Cornwall Ambulance Service. Since that time he has been very fortunate to have a varied and interesting medical and rescue career. He has been a lifeboat crewman, part of HM Coastguards cliff rescue team and worked for a ski resort as the rescue director which encompasses a role as a winch man on a helicopter rescue team in British Columbia. However, he maintains the highlight of his service has been as a Critical Care Paramedic with the Cornwall Air Ambulance.
Recently Jeremy has completed SWAST’s Specialist Paramedic in Critical Care passport accompanied by a critical care master’s degree. He has found this to be a real challenge but very rewarding.
Away from work, he lives with his wife Tracey and dog Jessie. He surfs and skis (in the winter) and walks along the Cornish beaches as often as possible. Jeremy also attempts to assist Tracey with their business, he says unsuccessfully most of the time.
Stuart was born, brought up and has lived in West Cornwall all his life. He worked as lifeguard and swimming instructor before joining the ambulance service in 1992. He has worked on emergency ambulances since 1997. While based at Newquay, he joined the coastguard cliff rescue team.
Stuart was selected for the air ambulance and completed the HEMS training in 2002. Initially he was a part-time member of the crew whilst being stationed at Penzance and Helston. He is now delighted to be full-time on the aircrew. Stuart enjoys being outdoors and living an active life, he loves to travel and has been to and worked in Australia. He is a keen sportsman and enjoys running and coastal walking.
Mick joined the ambulance service in Cornwall (SWAST) in June 2002 after serving 11 years with the London Ambulance Service.
He has been working on the Cornwall Air Ambulance since May 2006 as a full time member of the team of six.
Paul joined the South Western Ambulance Service in 2002, becoming a fully qualified paramedic in 2005. He joined the crew of Cornwall Air Ambulance in 2012.
He has lived in the southwest for most of his life, and in his spare time enjoys surfing, travelling and playing guitar in his band.
Since joining the ambulance service, Steve’s ambition has always been to become a member of the Cornwall Air Ambulance and he is proud to serve the local community as an aircrew paramedic. He began his medical career in 2000 with the ambulance service and qualified as a paramedic in 2005. He became a full time member of the aircrew in June 2009 following a robust selection process. Today Steve leads the paramedic aircrew.
In his spare time Steve’s hobbies are surfing, cycling and travelling the world. He has cycled from London to Land's End and also from London to Paris raising funds for charity.