Prior to his Paramedicine studies James worked in Resort Management (Club Med Resorts) throughout Asia. After realising that the career progression he was being offered wasn't interesting him, and he was feeling burnt out in the hospitality field, he decided to pursue his interest in being a paramedic.
Once qualified as a registered paramedic, his first roles were in the private sector for events and mining/exploration projects. He also provided advanced remote first aid training courses for government departments that operate in remote locations (land and sea).
He now works for the London Ambulance Service in a diverse role that provides services to people with all perceived medical emergency situations and onward patient referral pathways including differing levels of accident and emergency care requirements, supporting specialised stroke, cardiac and mental health units, providing at home End of Life Care, GP referrals, and many more.