Groups and Individuals who have supported EMICS - a big thanks to you all. All the money raised by the scheme goes towards patient care.

Only patients treated by EMICS benefit from monies donated to the scheme. Our accountants, secretaries, press officer and doctors all donate their time free to EMICS. We are a listed charity and your donation could be claimed against tax.


Donation from Business Park Management Nov 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the annual scientific meeting of the EMICS group held at the East Midlands Ambulance Headquarters in Nottingham in November 2011, Dr Tim Gray received on behalf of the group, a donation from Mr Andrew Smeaton, CEO of Business Park Management (www.businessparkmanagement.co.uk) based in Oakham. Andrew Smeaton handing over of the polo shirts, embroidered with the EMICS logo to Dr Tim Gray pictured receiving the polo shirts, said that his company was proud to be associated with the EMICS group and to be in a position to help support such a worthy charity.


Wedding Gifts go to Volunteer Emergency Doctors’ Charity Nov 2010

One of the volunteer emergency doctors from East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) will this week (Thursday 14th October) receive a donation on behalf of EMICS from a nurse who recently requested that donations be made in lieu of wedding presents when she was married on 9th July 2010.


The presentation will be made at 2.00 pm at the headquarters of the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance (DLRAA) at East Midlands Airport, at Castle Donington, Leicestershire Dr Tim Gray will receive the donation from Mrs. Alison Burton, who is a Practice Nurse at the surgery in Oakham, Rutland where Dr Gray is a partner. She married Mr. Gerry Burton.

The other half of the total donation will be made to the DLRAA. Alison made the decision to ask for donations in lieu of wedding presents because she did not feel they required gifts for themselves and decided to ask for donations to a local charity that any of us may need at sometime.

Dr Gray was the founder of EMICS in 1984 and was Chairman until he retired from that position in June of this year. Over his period of service with EMICS he has attended more than 1000 emergencies as a result of call-outs from East Midlands Ambulance Service


RPC Group is Europe`s leading manufacturer of rigid plastic packaging and is unusual in that it is able to offer products made by all three conversion processes, blow moulding, injection moulding and thermoforming. It has 50 operations in 13 countries and employs more than 6,900 people.  

For the past 3 years the RPC depot in Oakham, Rutland has been sending us £250 in lieu of sending out company Christmas cards and for many years they have been sending us donations requested from customers for containers that are too small a quantity for them to charge for.


 

The Three Horse Shoes Public House in Whissendine, RUTLAND.  

Cheque presented for £355.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


September 2008:  Builder E. Bowman & Sons Ltd of Cherryholt Road in Stamford today presented a cheque for £2,000 to the East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme (EMICS) in recognition of the vital role played by volunteer doctors from EMICS in supporting the emergency services at the scene of serious accidents and other medical emergencies in the region.

The money was donated by the 70 golfers attending the annual Bowman Golf Day played at Greetham Valley Golf Club last month.  The Bowman golf event is in its 15th year and includes 27 holes of golf and a formal dinner.  Bowman hosts and fully sponsors the event for suppliers, customers and friends.  

Raising money for charity has become an integral part of the day with Bowman guests bidding for donated auction items and playing ‘heads and tails’ before the presentation of prizes for the day’s best golfer and the winning team.
Pictured at the cheque presentation ceremony are (left to right) Dr Tim Gray from EMICS and Trevor Jackson:

Photo credits:  Jim Harrison www.jimharrisonphotographer.com

 



EMICS are grateful to EZ-IO for their financial contribution towards the scheme.

The EZ-IO® Intraosseous Infusion system is a complete solution for immediate vascular access in all patients. Used an estimated 160,000 times across the world the EZ-IO® is the leading choice for intraosseous access in all care environments from the ambulance to the hospital to battlefield and beyond, the EZ-IO® system is designed to help the medical professional gain vascular access in seconds to provide intravenous therapy to patients.

EZ to use, EZ to train and EZ to maintain the EZ-IO® is the clear choice of intraosseous solution for medical professionals and the best method to gain immediate vascular access