Jamie Pattison


A runner, surfer and climber of rock and ice, as an adventure athlete, Jamie can usually be found somewhere remote and reasonably short of breath.

At 23, Jamie became the Medical Officer for Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team, providing austere pre-hospital care in some of the harshest environments in the U.K. He is now in his 10th year in Mountain Rescue and is currently a Deputy Team Leader, recognised for his efforts against COVID-19 by the High Sheriff of Northumberland.A self-professed chionophile and a geordie Jamie’s natural specialities lie in the cold.

Combining his love for adventure and the cold saw him win the World’s toughest Arctic ski race, the Iceman Polar, in 2016. Jamie has travel and expedition experience from Greenland to Australia spending time working as a guide and technical leader. In his spare time works for North East Ambulance Service as a Paramedic.