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Rosehall's First Responder Team

Left to right : Julie Stevens (Scheme Co-Ordinator)
Luis Stevens & Gary Stevens

If you live or work in Rosehall and have a little time each week or each month to volunteer to be “on call”
and can attend regular training please consider volunteering
for the 
Rosehall First Responder Scheme

Full details can be found on the Scottish Ambulance Service website 

or contact:

Julie Stevens
Rosehall First Responders Scheme Co-ordinator
Tel: 07927670773  Email: oakwell.julie@gmail.com



Be at least 18 years of age
Be fit enough to carry out the required training and duties
Be reliable & trustworthy
Be able to respect patient confidentiality
Be able to remain calm in an emergency
Be caring when dealing with patients
Have immediate access to a car
Attend a short interview and personal details must be submitted for an advanced Disclosure Scotland (PVG) check to be carried out by the Scottish Ambulance Service
Be available for emergency response within the designated patch as part of a rota

Further details on the Scottish Ambulance Service First Responder page.

Rosehall First Responders respond to medical emergencies in their area while the ambulance is on its way.

The volunteers have been trained in the use of automatic external defibrillators, oxygen therapy and a wide range of emergency skills, including how to assist in life threatening situations such as heart or asthma attacks.  First Responders can give vital emergency care to patients in the period between the 999 call being made and the ambulance arriving.  Early access, early resuscitation, early defibrillation and early advanced life support care greatly increases the survival rate of cardiac arrest patients and the Rosehall team hope to make a difference to the lives of people living, working and visiting the area.

First Responders are trained by the Scottish Ambulance Service and meet regularly for continued training and development.


HEARTSTART ~ a British Heart Foundation initiative.  

A friendly informal courses can be arranged for your group or individuals can join planned courses.  A two hour course covering CPR, Choking, Bleeding etc. held locally and run by Heartstart trained First Responders.  A very worthwhile certificate to have ~ please contact us if you are interested in joining a course.  It's free, only takes two hours and could save someone's life!

We are very grateful to all our supporters ~ check out our calendar for dates of pub quizzes, bingo nights and other fund raising events.

Demonstration at the Rosehall Community Day 2010

Teenagers Practice CPR




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