RescueMED provides consultancy, training and response medical services in austere environments and wilderness areas in Australia and New Zealand.
RescueMED can provide a range of consultancy services tailored to individual needs. Previously RescueMED has provided services to Monash University in the delivery of the Graduate Diploma of Emergency Health (Aeromedical and Retrieval) program.
Please contact us to see what we can do for you!
RescueMED's response capacity is currently under development. We aim to develop a capacity to support any event requiring specialist first aid services in remote or austere environments. If you have a need for a first aid response capacity in a wilderness setting please contact us. We'd be happy to discuss the possibilities with you.
RescueMed Training Introduction
AWLS Tasmania Expressions of Interest Sought
We are currently gathering expressions of interest from medical professionals (Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, and First Responders) who may be interested in attending AWLS in Tasmania.
Should there be sufficient interest all those who have registered will be notified and will have the opportunity to confirm their registration and pay. Dates and venue are subject to change.
Register your interest here:
RescueMED was founded and is operated by Kerryn Wratt, a current intensive care paramedic and remote area practitioner, to provide high quality services in area of medical care in remote, wilderness and austere environments. These services include consultancy, training and response.
Kerryn has a wide base of experience in the provision of medical care in remote and wilderness environments having worked for Ambulances Services in Australia and New Zealand over the last 15 years. In 2012 Kerryn received a scholarship from the Emergency Services Foundation to undertake a study tour of North America to investigate services that provided medical care in wilderness environments. This report can be accessed here:
RescueMED is bringing the internationally renowned Advanced Wilderness Life Support course to Australia.