“… We are able to state categorically that the service provided by “Medic Aid” has been consistently of the highest quality.
Punctuality, cooperation and attention to detail have been the hallmarks of Mr Ferguson, his associates and his paramedic staff members.
I am able to provide the highest possible recommendation of “Medic Aid” to any organisation seeking to employ specialist and professional medical services.”
Colin H Bellchambers, General Manager, Pinjarra Race Club
I am writing to recommend the service of Medic Aid. The Byford Trotting Complex (Inc) has been using Medic Aid ambulance service for our Sunday trials since 2010. The Club have been completely satisfied as they are always puntual and offer a professional service at competive rates.
I have no hesitation to recommend the service of Medic Aid W.A.
Craig Murphy, President, BYFORD TROTTING TRAINING COMPLEX
In November 2012, Racing and Wagering WA released a Request for Tender (RFT) seeking submissions from appropriately equipped medical service providers to deliver first aid and pramedic services at the Lark Hill Thoroughbred Training Complex in Port Kennedy. Primary service delivery criteria comprised the provision of Senior First Aid personnel at trackwork from Tuesday to Saturday, and Paramedical personnel (and fully equipped ambulance) at official RWWA Thoroughbred trials.
After a rigorous examination and selection process, Medic Aid WA was selected as the preferred supplier and engaged under a formal service agreement.
Since commencing respective sercices at Lark Hill some 24 months ago, Medic Aid has demonstrated a hig level of professionalism in the execution of its requirements. Respective staff have been punctual, attentive and accommodating throughout thier duties and competent when required to administer medical attention.
I have no hesitation in recommending Medic Aid WA as a professional and reliable provider of medical services who are experienced and assured in a thoroughbred racing and trainng environment.
Dudley Corbett, RACING AND WAGERING WESTERN AUSTRALIA