Glasnevin Division

Division Team, St John

Glasnevin Division meet in Beneavin College, Beneavin Road, Finglas, Dublin 11 every Wednesday evening from 7:30pm until 10pm. We currently have 21 members of varying age groups, and skill levels.

All our members start off by achieving a first aid qualification. From there our members then have the choice to improve their knowledge and skills by moving up through the skill levels. All our members are encouraged to progress to at least cardiac first responder level, where they learn all about an AED and its safe use. With many more moving onto emergency first responder and emergency medical technician level.

We have one ambulance that we operate and has been on duty at many local events such as; Na Fianna, Morton Stadium, and school sports days.

Our ambulance and personnel are also frequently seen at National events in the likes of Croke Park and the Aviva Stadium.

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Meetings and Training

Cadet Meeting Times:
Adult Meeting Times: Wednesday evenings, 19.30-22.00
Meeting Location: Beneavin College, Beneavin Road, Finglas, Dublin 11
Email Address:
Additional information:
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Latest News - Glasnevin Division

  • Divisional Inspection 2016

    Glasnevin Division recently had their annual divisional inspection. This year Assistant Commissioner Patrick Dockery, along with District Officer Seamus Power attended to review the members’ skills and training. On the night Mr Power, advanced paramedic, observed the members applying a cervical collar, securing a “patient” to a spinal board. Along with the members haemorrhage control […]

HQ Contact details

St John Ambulance Ireland
29 Upper Leeson Street
Dublin 4, Ireland

tel: (0)1 668 8077

For local division contact details, please click here.

Volunteer for Us

We are always looking for bright and enthusiastic people who enjoy team work and want to learn new skills.

St.John Ambulance is made up of volunteers from every walk in life, from those professionally involved with pre-hospital care to people who had no previous experience of first aid prior to joining the organisation.

Donate to Us

We receive no State funding. We are entirely dependent on contributions from the public and donations made to the Organisation for services rendered by our volunteer members.

All donations, however small, are therefore greatly appreciated.