Since 2016, the TT Course medical services have been run by Manx Roadracing Medical Services led by Dr. Gruff Evans, Dr. Gareth Davies and Dr. Sally Simmons, who organise all medical services for the TT, Festival of Motorcycling and Billown events. The physicians work with individual doctors or paramedics, as well as partner organisations such as Hogg Motorsport, St. John Ambulance and the Rob Vine Fund, in order to ensure the high standards set over the last 30+ years are continued.
Further information for doctors and paramedic is available at www.mrms.im
Manx Roadracing Medical Services receive administrative support from the Rob Vine Fund, specifically from Stuart Greaves, the Charity’s administrator. Stuart can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For some information about what happens during these events, please watch this MRMS video.
TT RACES MEDICAL SERVICES OVER THE YEARS
Motorsport Medical Services, led by its Medical Director, Dr David B. Stevens MBE, was responsible for providing medical services around the TT Course up until 2015.
The video clip below was taken from “Operation TT”, broadcast on ITV4 on 2nd June 2013 and shows Dr David B. Stevens MBE, 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
The clip on the right is from the 1991 TT Races Video, kindly supplied by Duke Video, with a youthful Dr David B. Stevens explaining the workings of the Helicopter Medical Services as it was back then.