Meet The Team

Jim Petter
Managing Director

Jim qualified as a paramedic in 1995 in Bristol, later rising to operational management roles. From 2004, Jim worked for the Strategic Health Authority on emergency and urgent care related workforce development projects and then managed various strategic OD projects at Wiltshire and Great Western Ambulance services, before they became the South Western Ambulance Service, where he served as Head of Education and chaired the national ambulance education network.

A move to Health Education England in 2017 saw Jim Co-Chair the creation of the first national Capability Framework for paramedics working in primary care and work on the rotational paramedic and PiPC projects.

Jim was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the College of Paramedics in 2013.

Jason Brooke
Managing Director

Jason Brooke started in the Ambulance Services in 1996.  Qualifying as a paramedic three years later. 

Jason has held a number of clinical roles including frontline paramedic, specialist posts in urgent care and clinical triage before moving into management roles in the university sector, including several years leading the paramedic undergraduate programme as well as postgraduate programmes, such as Physicians Associate. 

Jason now works for the NHS HEE BNSSG Training Hub as Associate Director of Workforce Development, developing the multidisciplinary primary care workforce.

Matt Davis
Advance Paramedic Practitioner (Primary Care)

An advanced paramedic practitioner, Matt has 30 years of experience in the ambulance service, moving through a variety of roles including several years as a critical care paramedic with Cornwall HEMS (Air Ambulance), plus teaching and project roles.  

Moving into primary care in 2014, he does in-hours sessions at a GP practice in Bath, plus out of hours shifts for NHS Kernow.  Matt also maintains a part-time role as a Paramedic Clinical Fellow for HEE, supporting clinicians moving into primary and urgent sector roles.

Rowena Griffiths
Paramedic, Educator, Expert in Remote Clinical Assessment

In recent years Rowena has led on the design and delivery of several bespoke specialist education programmes for various clinicians working in three of the UK's ambulance service emergency operations centres.

Her skills are in great demand, combining as she does the experiences of many years as a frontline paramedic and as a leading educator of clinical triage clinicians in (for example) communications techniques, clinical decision-making and risk management.

Wayne Evans
Clinical Simulation Expert

Wayne Evans is a simulation expert, specialising in the application of technology-enhanced learning to clinical simulation.  

Wayne started his career as a vehicle electronics specialist.  He is currently based at South Western Ambulance Service where he leads on the Trust's delivery of simulation-based learning.  He is also Chair of the National Ambulance Simulation Network and sits on HEEs South West Simulation Network Executive Committee.  In both roles he is busy developing standards for learning by simulation whilst pushing back the boundaries of technology.

Stuart Rutland
Advance Paramedic Practitioner (Primary Care)

Stuart has a long clinical career, originally with South East Coast Ambulance Service.  

An advanced paramedic practitioner with skills in both primary care as well as the acute/emergency field, Stuart was one of the founder creators of the Diploma in Primary & Urgent Care (Dip.PUC) exam, along with GPs at Kent Surrey and Sussex Deanery in 2011.  

Stuart has an unrivalled knowledge of the exam and its application as a summative assessment of practice-based learning skills in primary care, as well as some of the best understanding anywhere in the UK about how paramedics take on primary care skills.

Gerry King
Advance Paramedic Practitioner (Primary Care)

A paramedic for over 20 years, Gerry King can claim several firsts as one of the UK's first Paramedic Clinical Fellows for Health Education England (HEE) as well as being amongst the UK first paramedic independent prescribers and helping to create the first capability framework for paramedics in primary care.

Gerry has specialised in urgent and primary care for the last 15, assisting in postgraduate programme design as Plymouth University as well as supporting students moving into specialist roles.  

As well as working with us, Gerry currently holds posts with South Western Ambulance Services as well as HEE and lecturing roles at both Plymouth and UWE Universities. 

Rowena Dominy
HSCP Managing Director

Rowena, co-founder of HSCP, has been working with the NHS and Charities as a Registered Nurse in Acute and Community Services since 2010.

Shawn Dominy
HSCP Managing Director

Shawn has been working in IT, Teaching and Project Management for over twenty years. HSCP provides Technology Consulting services and is developing a new Health and Social Care Career Platform called Apiary.