PepsiCo make donation to St John Ambulance Glanmire

St John Ambulance Glanmire was delighted to recently receive a donation from PepsiCo Little Island, Cork that enabled the purchase of additional CPR training manikins. These manikins will be used to train members of the public in the local area in lifesaving skills, in line with St John Ambulance’s goal that “No one should suffer for the lack of trained first aiders.

Gobnait Dempsey, PepsiCo HR, is seen presenting a “Little Junior” CPR training manikin to Gerard Doyle, Paramedic & Superintendent of St John Ambulance Glanmire.

For upcoming training courses, contact glanmire@stjohn.ie or 086-0699086.

Race Night 2018

Race Night.

Drogheda Division will be holding a race night in the Grey Goose west street Drogheda, on Friday 21st September. If you would be interested in sponsoring a race it’s €100. Or you can get an advert for €50.

We’re also looking for people to purchase a Horse, Jockey and Trainer which can be purchased separately at €5 each or €15 for all three. Please contact one of our volunteers who will be more than happy to assist you, or you can donate your amount online (link below) , and message us here or email drogheda@stjohn.ie and we will… Continue reading

St John Drogheda receive Mayoral Award.

 

 

 

A great night at the Mayoral Awards in the Highlanes Gallery in Drogheda. Members from St John Ambulance received a Mayoral Award for there contribution to the community and service provided throughout the Town/County. This is a great honor to appreciate our volunteers Locally & Nationwide who give up their time freely to help in their local areas at community events and during times of crisis like the water issues in 2017 and storms etc, were we mobilized our ambulances to assist those who needed.

Thank you to the Mayor of Drogheda Pio Smith, fellow Councillors… Continue reading

Irish Maritime Festival June 2018

Drogheda Division provided Medical Cover at the Irish Maritime Festival held in Drogheda Port on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th July 2018. The Division provided 2 Ambulances, 12 responder’s and a Medical Tent during the Festival. Drogheda Order of Malta assisted us with 4 responder’s. During the Festival Drogheda Coastguard, Boyne Fishermen Rescue and Civil Defense provided boat cover for the water activities.

On Saturday 16th we also provided ambulance cover for the year Boyne Swim.

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

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

tel: (0)1 668 8077

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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.

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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.