Neil Eaton, MCPara. PA04139
Owner & Managing Director
Neil is a paramedic, also registered with the MSA, with over 30 years experience working on the frontline and arranging medical cover for events. Alongside running all three CREWS companies he also operates as a specialist paramedic for the Dorset Integrated and Urgent Care service and is clinical lead for the specialist ambulance recruitment organisation MedicNow. Neil is a fully qualified internal and external quality assurer and is involved in writing several higher-level qualifications for an awarding organisation.
Neil provides consultancy and clinical lead services to a wide range of organisations including government agencies, schools, police and fire services, local and national charities. Some of the high profiled events Neil has been asked to cover include Bournemouth 7’s Festival, 950th Anniversary Re-enactment of The Battle of Hastings and the World MotoX Championships.
With experience in administrative and finance duties in previous roles and her organisation skills, Jo is the first port of call for enquires into Crews Consulting. After attaining her BAHons in Architecture, she prioritised family life, putting the needs of family before her career.
Returning to work now her children are at school, she joined CREWS in 2020, committing to help expand the business.
Mark Bradford PA16006
Senior Compliance Consultant
Mark has a wealth of experience and has worked for many years as a clinician and project lead within the NHS and Ambulance services, as well as local authorities and primary care organisations. He was a Director of Quality at two of the largest corporate social care providers.
Here at Crews, he uses that knowledge to help support and improve organisations with CQC compliance and much more. Mark has always sought to put people, care and quality front and centre in everything he does, believing attention to these will deliver not just financial success but also the reward and recognition of being the foremost provider. He passionately believes that high quality care doesn’t just happen; it requires attention to detail, processes and systems that place both service users and colleagues at the forefront of an operation, facilitating compassion, dedication, learning, communication and respect.