Being a Doctor or Paramedic at an IOM Motorsport Event

Exciting news for 2016 - A new Medical Services Provider

Dr David B. Stevens MBE will not be involved with or responsible for the organisation of TT Course medical services after the end of 2015. He has been a TT doctor since 1977 and for the last 30 years, Medical Director for Isle of Man Motorsport Medical Services ........ time for a rest !!

The Isle of Man Department of Economic Development have signed a contract with Manx Roadracing Medical Services to take over from 2016 headed up by Dr. Gruff Evans, Dr. Gareth Davies and Dr. Sally Simmons. They will provide all medical services for the TT, Festival of Motorcycling and Billown events for the next 3 years.

They will work with individuals doctors or paramedics, as well as with partner organisations such as Hogg Motorsport,  St. John Ambulance and the Rob Vine Fund in order to ensure the high standards, set during the last 30+ years, are continued. Further information for doctors and paramedic is available at

Manx Roadracing Medical Services will be receiving administrative support from the Rob Vine Fund, specifically from Stuart Greaves, the Charity's administrator, who many of you will know. Stuart can be contacted at

Alternatively, you can contact Dr Gruff Evans on 07624 420085 any time or 01624 686949 during office hours. If he is not immediately available, he will contact you as soon as he is able.

Please go to FACEBOOK and apply to join the MRMS closed group page to be kept informed -

Finally, MRMS looks forward to working with you during 2016, and on behalf of Sally Simmons, Gareth Davies and myself I would like to thank you for your support.

Dr. Gruff Evans, Manx Roadracing Medical Services

Operation "TT"!

The video clip below has been retained on this website as a matter of historical record. It was taken from "Operation TT", broadcast on ITV4 on 2nd June 2013 and shows Dr David B. Stevens MBE, then Medical Director for Isle of Man Motorsport Medical Services, explaining some of what goes on to provide medical services at the Isle of Man TT Course events.
Thanks to North One Television Ltd for letting us use the clip.