A Community First Responder is a member of the public who volunteers to help their community by responding to medical emergencies while the ambulance is on its way.
If you wanted to become a Community First Responder you would be trained in a wide range of emergency skills, and use specialised equipment such as automatic external defibrillators and oxygen therapy. You would then be able to provide an early intervention in situations such as a heart or asthma attack before the professional ambulance crew arrives. This improves patient survival and recovery.
Vacancies for Community First Responders will be advertised here