Medic 1 provides trained medics, first aid and event medical services. 

Do you need a medic for your event? Our experience is a volunteer with a first aid certificate is not enough. Medic 1 was established to meet increasing demand for trained medics with frontline experience (including former nurses and ambulance officers).  With carefully selected associates throughout New Zealand including private ambulance services, Medic 1 is well situated to take care of all your first aid and event medical requirements from Kaitaia to Bluff.

We plan. We prepare. We treat. We care.

The majority of Medic 1 staff deployed at your event are likely to be first responders who are trained to provide high standards of pre-hospital emergency care. We believe this level of training is vital to be able to properly differentiate between patients who may be treated on site from patients who require more intensive care and transport to hospital.

Medic 1 ensures that all of our people are properly qualified and up-to-date with relevant clearances including Police vetting. Our medics wear a distinctive uniform, which includes high visibility shirt and safety vest. The presence of Medic 1 can help to reassure your staff, spectators, participants and the public by being on-site to provide essential first aid and emergency care (including basic life support).

Please note, we do not provide registered paramedics, emergency ambulances or patient transport services. We are here to assist you in mitigating any risk at your event, contact us now to book Medic 1 for your next event to ensure your first aid obligations are met. If you need a service that's not visible on this website, let us know and we will find a solution. 

What events do we cover? 

  • Community events
  • Shows and festivals
  • Corporate events
  • Sporting events
  • Equestrian events
  • Film productions
  • Television commercials
  • Any event, venue or private function

What do our clients say?

"We used Medic 1 in Wellington for our event. The medics were friendly and well trained. I have no hesitation in using your company again in the future" 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" Sports Team Management 

"Your medics were professional and always willing to go the extra mile. Our crew felt very safe knowing your team were capable of managing any emergency situation" Film Production Company


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