Management Team

Allan Medcraft


During his Nursing Career, Allan Medcraft worked for eight years in an Adult Accident Department & eight years in a Paediatric Accident department and then went on to Occupational Health Nursing (gaining Part 1 of Certificate in Occupational Health) working for Westminster City Council in London.

Throughout his career, he has worked on ambulances and was a Nursing Officer in St John Ambulance Brigade and an Instructor with St John Ambulance Association.

Allan was the first non-NHS ambulance person to become President of Ambulance Service Institute – a post held for 3 years – and is now its Company Secretary and Treasurer.

Allan Medcraft was the director of Medicman Limited and Medicman Training Events Limited but sold both companies in March 2007 so he could work abroad setting up pre hospital care training school in Lagos Nigeria.

Medicman companies received the investors in People Award (Medicman Ltd was the first independent private ambulance service to gain this award to a national standard). Both companies also achieved ISO 9001 award.

Due to request from Event industry to come back to cover events Paramedico Limited was established to carry out event cover and to continue producing training Manuals.

From 2007 to date Allan conitues to work for Deux Project Ltd for the Lagos State Government and is the lead Instructor for Lagos State Emergency Medical Service Training Centre.

David Brown


David Brown is the Logistics and Communications Officer and has been with Paramedico since its inception. David plays a vital role in creating the infrastructure to support the medical team at each event by erecting temporary structures for field hospitals, staff accommodation and staff catering facilities.

He also ensures all facilities have constant power, water and access. David’s role is also essential in creating and maintaining the communication networks – this allows staff and controllers to contact each other whilst in the field.

David also ensures the maintenance of the company vehicles and equipment – allowing the management and clinical staff to concentrate solely on patient care.