Medical volunteering roles
Professional paramedics, doctors and nurses form a
vital part of our volunteering team.
If you’re a healthcare professional, we need your help
to provide specialist, clinical care, undertaking clinical
assessments and attending to patients in pre-hospital
Our professional clinicians mainly work in mobile treatment
centres, ambulances or temporary event medical centres at events
such as music festivals and sports matches.
Professional clinicians volunteer on average six hours per
month, at evenings and weekends.
‘I’m a mum of three with a full time job, but volunteering
doesn’t impinge on my social life at all – I enjoy it so much it
doesn’t feel like a commitment. It gives me greater patient contact
than in my regular job, and helps to fulfil my continual
professional development requirement to stay registered with the
Nursing and Midwifery Council. I love the variety of places I go
when on duty, from football matches to the theatre.’ –
Antoinette, Event Nurse
Roles in this category include:
- • Event doctor
- • Event nurse
- • Event paramedic
- • Unit clinical lead
- • Pharmacist lead
Got a question?
For any questions about our volunteer healthcare professional
roles, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.