After leaving the British Army in 2010, Charlie completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Surrey and qualified as a Paramedic in 2014. In 2016, he was selected for Health Education England's inaugural Darzi Clinical Fellowship across Kent, Surrey and Sussex, spending a year working in a systems improvement role and was instrumental in developing a multi-professional educational programme that continues to be delivered to clinicians and carers across Surrey Heartlands and nationally. This grounding in Clinical Leadership and system change saw Charlie take up the post of Integrated Urgent Care Programme Manager with South East Coast Ambulance Service in 2018 where he led the Trust's successful bid to deliver NHS 111 and the new Clinical Assessment Service across Sussex and Kent.
Charlie joined the University as a Teaching Fellow in 2020, and continues to work clinically for the ambulance service locally and advises on digital strategy and Integrated Urgent Care.
Areas of specialism
University roles and responsibilities
- Teaching Fellow, Paramedic Science