Ambulance Service welcomes new Community Engagement Officer

Date Published : March 30th, 2021    Published By : admin

The National Ambulance Service have welcomed a new Community Engagement Officer to their team.

A founding member and previous Chairperson of Naas Community First Responders, Amanda Ross was joined by her new colleagues and team members form the NAS to welcome her on board. She is also understood to remain on as a member of the Naas CFR for now.

Amanda will be operational in the North Leinster area.

Looking on at whats ahead. Newly appointed Community Engagement Officer Amanda Ross. Pic via Ger O'Dea on Twitter

Yesterday, Chief Ambulance Officer Richard Quinlan, NAS Community Engagement Manager Ger O’Dea and Community Engagement Officer Liam Stewart joined Amanda in a socially distant welcoming photo.

L-R: Community Engagement Officer Liam Stewart, Chief Ambulance Officer Richard Quinlan, Community Engagement Manager Ger O'Dea and newly appointed Community Engagement Officer (CEO) Amanda Ross. Pic via Ger O'Dea

There was great delight among the volunteers at Naas CFR too, who said “It is with big happy hearts we get to congratulate our very own First Responder, Amanda Ross, on starting her new role as Community Engagement Officer with the National Ambulance Service for CFR's. Amanda started her journey as a First Responder, Founding Member, and Chair of NaasCFR. She fell in love with the work and has made it her career. We couldn't think of anyone else more suited or deserving of the role.”

Emergency Times' wishes Amanda all the best in her new role.

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