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NSW Ambulance Volunteers: New Opportunities

16 May 2014

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To celebrate National Volunteer Week 2014, all this week we have been highlighting the work carried out by our many wonderful volunteers.

We are proud of the ongoing success of our volunteer services across the state, and are grateful for the dedication shown by our volunteer ambulance officers and community first responders.

In order to extend the availability of services to those in other isolated and smaller communities without ambulance resources, we often seek community-spirited people who have the time and skill to become a NSW Ambulance volunteer.

We currently have volunteer opportunities for VAOs and CFRs in the following areas: Scotland Island, Alstonville, Bigga, Branxton, Brooklana, Burraga, Coramba, Cudal, Deepwater, Eugowra, Glenreagh, Goodooga, Gulargambone, Hillston, Ivanhoe, Lowana, Moulamein, Mt Wilson, Nundle, Sofala, Tambar Springs, Tottenham, Trangie, Trundle, Ulong, Wanaaring and Wilcannia.

If you've ever considered becoming a volunteer with NSW Ambulance, or know somebody who has, and would like more information, contact NSW Ambulance Operational Support Manager - Volunteer & Community First Responders, Superintendent Susan Webster, at swebster@ambulance.nsw.gov.au.