St John Glanmire to host Community First Responder Information Evening 17th April

St John Ambulance Glanmire, in association with the National Ambulance Service (NAS) and CFR Ireland, will host an information evening at its Divisional Headquarters Unit 5D, Glanmire Industrial Estate, Sallybrook, Glanmire T45 DY62 on Tuesday 17th April at 7pm.

The information session is intended to inform members of the local community about the establishment of a Community First Responder group in Glanmire, linked to the National Ambulance Service.

Community First Responders (CFR) are volunteers who are trained to attend certain types of emergency calls in the area where they live or work. Their aim is to reach a potential life… Continue reading

The Beast from the East!

Some photos taken by crews whilst they were out and about supporting our colleagues in the National Ambulance Service. In addition to inter hospital transfers etc, we also facilitated a snow bound nurse by bringing her to her place of work. We also had one of our members manning the TETRA radio system in the JVCC based in Order of Malta NHQ.

After a long,tiring and at times stressful but enjoyable week of supporting our colleagues in the National Ambulance Service and HSE, we along with our friends in Order of Malta and Irish Red Cross have been stood down… Continue reading

Cadet Division is celebrating 40 years

Our Cadet Division is celebrating 40 years of serving the community this year and they need your help!

If you or a family member were involved at any stage in our Cadet Division, we’d be delighted to hear from you! Please feel free to drop an email to cabinteely.cadets@stjohn.ie or message us here on this page with your contact details.

The cadets have something very special planned!!

Merry Christmas!

Seasons greetings!

Its the most wonderful time of year! While Santa’s little elf’s have been making toys for the children, ours have been working hard to cover duties. We would like to thank everyone for their hard work and dedication thought the year, we couldnt have done it without you (Literally!).

As you know, our meetings have ended for the year so we would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a merry Christmas and happy new year. We look foreword to seeing you all again on the the of January!

Volunteer of the Year – Peter Ryan

We’re delighted and proud of our long standing member, Peter Ryan MStJ who was awarded the Volunteer of the Year Award in the Safety and Emergency Services Sector at tonight’s Celebration of Volunteerism hosted by DLRCoCo. It was a fantastic ceremony which celebrated volunteering across many differing sectors within our county. Well done to all volunteers who were nominated!

Stretcher Fundraising Run November 2017

 

Foxrock Division is at a very critical point in its recent history. Our ambulance SJ75, which has been in the Foxrock Division for 12 years and has helped many people over the years, in a variety of situations, is struggling to continue the fight to stay on the road.

Unfortunately for the members this leaves the Division in a tight spot as many of the local community clubs, rely on our ambulance working to efficient capacity to support their events. Without an effective running ambulance our division will suffer, so together we have put in place a rigorous 12-month… Continue reading

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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.

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