Stuart is the Director for the National Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine. He is a qualified GP who originally worked in the UK military. He has extensive experience working throughout the world's health care systems, specialising in remote and hostile locations, providing urgent and emergency care.
Stuart has worked in several national positions but is currently a RCGP representative for JRCALC, on the Faculty for Remote and Rural Heath advisory board and within the remote and rural credentialing advisory group working for GMC approval.
He currently works for the Air Ambulance Service working in a consultant post for HEMS East Midlands Ambulance Service working as a strategic medical advisor. He is also a United Health Global as a physician supporting medical assessment, treatment, evacuation and repatriation to clients in remote or hostile locations throughout the world. He works within the UK foreign office, UK International Search and Rescue and provides medical support for specialist rescue teams, deployed throughout the world for disaster zones. Stuart specialises in confined space rescue.