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We would like to thank our following generous sponsors for their ongoing support
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BMW Dick Lovett Hungerford
Dick Lovett BMW Hungerford has donated a brand new 3 Series Touring xDrive as an Emergency Response Vehicle to SWIFT Medics.  Since coming online the SWIFT Medics Dick Lovett Response Vehicle has attended multiple serious incidents many of which have been featured in local and national news.
Improved Response
The major role for the SWIFT Medics Dick Lovett vehicle is to improve our response to incidents. The vehicle currently carries enhanced equipment that previously we were not able to provide.
Improved Safety
One huge benefit of having a marked response car is enhanced safety for members of our team.
A great example of this is shown in the picture taken at an incident on the M4.  The fully marked Dick Lovett Response Car was used to protect the scene dramatically improving the safety of our responder and members of the public.

  “Very solid and feels good to drive in an emergency.  Certainly feel safe.”
  Dr Phil Lucas,  RAF GP and SWIFT Medics Doctor


Haine & Smith opticians

SWIFT Medics was the nominated charity for Wiltshire-based opticians Haine & Smith for 2014-15.  In July members of the charity went to Haine & Smith’s Marlborough practice – one of the first two to open in 1975 – to receive a cheque for £1,111.77 from practice manager Malcolm Lee.
The money was raised from SWIFT Medics’ collection tins placed in Haine & Smith’s 19 practices across Wiltshire and the surrounding area, along with fund-raising events held by staff.
Rachel Wheeler, Haine & Smith Marketing Manager, said: “One of our goals as an established local business is to invest back in the communities we serve.  The vital work carried out by SWIFT Medics perfectly reflects that goal so is a cause we have been pleased to support.”
Earlier in the year, a £2,180 donation from the firm bought a new medical bag fully kitted out with vital equipment.  The kit was used within hours of being handed over after SWIFT Medics doctors Jonathan Glover and Constantin Jarbarin were called to a patient with an open dislocation of the ankle.
Photographer for the volunteer SWIFT Medics responders

Pete Davies operates from his studios in both Spain and the UK.  He runs  a professional photography service and has a reputation for getting the best results, whatever the occasion.  Working in a relaxed and professional manner Pete has the experience of dealing with a host of different situations including wedding shoots and commercial projects.
Suppliers of  ‘flying’ suits for the SWIFT Medics volunteer responders

With over 30 years’ experience, AWS specialises in supplying bespoke garments.  All the flying suits are manufactured on a made-to-measure or stock-size basis to ensure a tailored fit and complete customer satisfaction.  All suits are manufactured on the AWS premises in the UK to the highest quality.
The Hospital Saturday Fund
The Hospital Saturday Fund is a registered Charity whose aims are to provide assistance for registered health charities such as medical organisations who are in need of grants for medical projects or support of medical training. The fund 
has made a most most generous donation of £2,000 to SWIFT Medics.
The Hospital Saturday Fund
 Heather Phipps of The Hospital Saturday Fund presenting a donation to Dr Jonathan Glover

Safe Drive Stay Alive is a Wiltshire and Swindon road safety initiative coordinated by Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service on behalf of a partnership including Wiltshire Police, Wiltshire Council, Swindon Borough Council, SWIFT Medics and Swindon-based fleet management company Arval.
Emergency Services Show

We received a very generous donation of £2,500 from the Emergency Services Show  in 2013 and a massive contribution of £4,000 from 2014.  Last year's show saw many hundreds of visitors to our exhibit and we look forward to taking part in this year's show on Saturday, 13 September at Hullavington airfield.

St John's Marlborough

St John’s is an internationally renowned 11-18 co-educational Academy.
At St John’s everyone is valued for who they are and for what they may become.
During the Summer Term in 2015 St John's held a whole school sponsored walk which raised money for several charities including SWIFT Medics.


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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