2013 EMICS Press releases and articles

 

EMICS doctor returns to his work in Rutland following advanced training in Bath July 2013

 

Injured 26 year old male pedal cyclist who had come off his cycle on the A6003 near Manton Bridge in Rutland. July 2013

 

Peak District incident involving young boy with severe asthma attack July 2013 July 2013
A volunteer emergency doctor from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) turned out at 00.45 on Saturday morning 13th July 2013 to assist a 15 year old boy on at a camp-site in the Peak District.

 

Road Traffic Collision between Oakham and Manton bridge July 2013
EMICS called out (Friday 12th July 2013) at approx 11.00 to a single car road traffic collision on the A6003 between Oakham and Manton bridge in Rutland.

 

Volunteer Emergency Doctors To Benefit From Village’s Open Gardens Event July 2013

 

Volunteer Emergency Doctor on Multiple Calls over 48hoursJune 2013
A volunteer emergency doctor from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) has attended three incidents over last few days
Stabbing in Nottingham, a patient with chest pain and road traffic collision at Six Hills.

 

Married couple donate wedding money June 2013
A newly married couple from Oakham have donated £200 to a lifesaving service which they collected at their wedding.

 

Jane's given honour for fund-raising: Extract from the Leicester Mercury June 2013
A WOMAN who has raised more than £20,000 for charities in the past two decades has been presented with her British Empire Medal.

 

Man killed and four injured in suspected gas explosion in Newark house May 2013
House on Wright street in Newark severely damaged in blast, with cars hit by debris and structural damage to other houses Article by Ben Quinn The Guardian, Monday 20 May 2013

 

How would you cope in a rail disaster? May 2013
Emergency teams in Lincolnshire this week simulated a train crash, to test their readiness for a real-life disaster. How did they cope with the panic, chaos and casualties? Article by Stephen Moss The Guardian, Wednesday 22 May 2013

 

A Derbyshire Volunteer Emergency Doctor Goes Barking Mad May 2013
It appears a so though one of the volunteer emergency doctors from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) is suffering from the effect of ‘stress’ as this is his report from his Saturday evening 4th May 2013 call-out.

 

Volunteer Emergency Doctor Assists at Tideswell RTC May 2013
A volunteer emergency doctor from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) responded to a road traffic collision (RTC) near Tideswell, Derbyshire at 06.55 hours this morning, (Saturday 4th May 2013). Only one vehicle was involved, which had rolled into a field.

 

Two Volunteer Emergency Doctors Assist Injured Motorcyclist In Northamptonshire May 2013
Two volunteer emergency doctors from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) were called to assist in the care of severely injured motor cyclist in Northampton last evening at 21.24 hours on (1st May 2013)

 

Volunteer Emergency Doctor Assists at Snake Pass Collision May 2013
A volunteer emergency doctor from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) responded to a road traffic collision (RTC) on the A57 Snake Pass at 2045 yesterday evening Thursday 2nd May 2013).

 

Openfield Agriculture Employees Donate To Volunteer Emergency Doctor Scheme January 2013
A volunteer emergency doctor from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) has been handed cash to the value of £250 towards the cost of equipment funded by the charity.

 

Volunteer Emergency Doctor Supports Air Sea Rescue in Derbyshire January 2013
A volunteer emergency doctor from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS), Dr Nick Foster, was asked to attend a 50 year old patient with an undisclosed medical problem at the request of the East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) in the area of Long Eaton, Derbyshire on Sunday 23rd Dec just after lunchtime.

 

Volunteer Emergency Doctor First On Scene at RTC Near Long Whatton, Leicestershire January 2013
A volunteer emergency doctor from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) was first on scene to provide medical care for the victims of a serious road traffic collision today at 12.15 pm arrived near Long Whatton, Leicestershire.