Dion Neill established Medic 1 in Wellington to meet demands for qualified medics with front line experience, not a volunteer with a first aid certificate.

Medic 1 provides medics for a growing number of events in the Wellington region; we facilitate the first aid and paramedical requirements for venues, sports games, school galas, community fairs, television commercials, film productions, or any occasion. 
Our medics carry a range of emergency care equipment, including a defibrillator (AED). A number of the events we attend benefit from our bike (bicycle) response team. This allows our medics to quickly reach an incident, assess the situation and provide treatment.
Event Medical Services - Qualified Medics & First Responders - Medic 1 - Wellington, New Zealand
Founder, Dion Neill has over 10 years experience as a qualified ambulance officer with the Wellington Free Ambulance. Dion held a number of volunteer leadership positions with St John for over 30 years. Dion has also worked in a number of the world's most volatile regions, including South Africa. 
Medic 1 are committed to paying it forward by supporting our local community. We offer special rates for schools, sports clubs, community events and non-profit organisations. What do we charge? Our rates are highly competitive and vary depending on the duration of your event or assignment. 

Qualified medics to minimise your risk!

"We employed Medic 1 to provide medical services for our event. The medics were friendly, professional and well trained. I have no hesitation is using Medic 1 again in the future" - Sports Event Manager

"Medic1 provided us with first aid services for our judo championships. They operated very professionally and dealt with all ages from primary school age to adults. They will be coming to our next event" - New Zealand Judo Club

"Dion and his medics were professional and always willing to go the extra mile. Our crew felt very safe in Dion's hands who managed any incident swiftly and with minimal disruption" - Health & Safety Manager (New Zealand Film Industry)