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About us

SWIFT Medics is a registered charity that equips and train volunteer doctors in Wiltshire, Swindon and Bristol to attend serious and significant incidents for South Western Ambulance Service Trust. 

Each year we are called to over 200 medical emergencies involving around 300 patients.  Each attendance costs on average £75 -  to fund this, plus our equipment and training, we rely entirely on the public and receive no funding from the NHS.

You can find out more about us by clicking below: And to support our work visit here 

What happens when we're called?

Our video explains what happens when our volunteer doctors are called. From the roadside to treatment, find out how we fit into the emergency response matrix.

Why are Swift Medics needed?

Watch our video below, introducing who we are, what we do and how your support is vital to our ongoing work. 

We are a group of doctors who volunteer our time and specialist expertise in pre-hospital emergency care to the people of Wiltshire, Swindon and Bristol.

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