Become a Community First Responder
A CFR is a person trained to a minimum level of basic life support in CPR and the use of an AED/defibrillator, who attends a potentially life threatening emergency such as a cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke or choking. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org today.
We Love Serving Our Local Community
First Responder teams are engrained in the communities all across Ireland, they are run entirely by volunteers with Support from the National Ambulance Service. These community schemes offer services such as:
NAS Twitter Feed
We're recruiting a Head of Technology, Data and Business Analytics to support the delivery of NAS services throughout the country.
More info: https://t.co/oGfMR28wGt https://t.co/ftAv0OMfl1
Full job spec and application form is available on @HSELive here - https://t.co/VZTh7RSXge https://t.co/rgAQ5Py0Zr
CFR Ireland Twitter
One week since we launched https://t.co/XPcypc0YVR & so far we've recieved literally hundreds of enquiries from the public looking to become CFRs. We've had outstanding national / regional radio & press attention which is all thanks to Emma for allowing us to share her story... https://t.co/UA4Ml7aM6K
Great progress being made to help save more lives. https://t.co/g4kF99Ewtn
A new national campaign for volunteer Community First Responders has been launched. Cardiac arrest survivor Emma Doyle told her story at the launch. She is seen here prior to the launch with son George and Fiona Tormey, one of the paramedics who went to her rescue. https://t.co/VhWz6kTGyV