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West Cork Rapid Response is a voluntary group located in West Cork, Ireland. We work in partnership with the existing HSE Medical Emergency services with a Rapid Response Vehicle servicing all of West Cork.

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WCRR on RTE

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“Jeep for Jason” Campaign

Click here for Updated Event Schedule December Events: Sunday               Dec   21st         Carol Singing in Castletownsend Thursday             Dec 25th         Christmas Day Swim in Inchydoney Beach at 11.30am Noel O’Sullivan Friday                 Dec 26th         Walk from 12 noon to 2pm organised by Clonakilty

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Medevac 112 in Skibbereen 3

Ireland’s Air Ambulance – Medevac 112

Skibbereen Crews and West Cork Rapid Response training with Medevac 112. Whilst based in Athlone, Medevac 112 can be in West Cork in 50min. This may seem too long, but remember in many cases of entrapment it can take this

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Courtmac Estuary 2

Car Crash into Coutmacsherry Estuary

13-01-22 11-00 96FM News extract for WCRR (courtmac)  

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Successful resuscitation in East Cork !!

This week seen another successful resuscitation in a local community, thanks to a complete chain of survival.

Emergency call takers from the National Ambulance Service (NAS) control centre quickly identified that the patient was in cardiac arrest and an emergency ambulance crew with two Paramedics was immediately dispatched to the scene, along with two emergency medical first responders (EFR's) from Midleton community first responders!.

Arriving within minutes, high quality CPR was preformed along with defibrillation.
Soon after this, the ECRR Doctor and an off duty advanced paramedic arrived at the scene and began to assist with advanced life support.

Shortly after these interventions from all members of the team, a return of spontaneous circulation was achieved (a pulse was restored).

The patient was transported to Cork University Hospital, and received ongoing care from the National Ambulance Service and ECRR team on route.

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TOUR of WEST CORK CYCLE

So who's coming to the "Best Town" for this year's TOUR of WEST CORK CYCLE, guranteed to be a great weekend, cycle some of the most amazing routes in Ireland and sample some of Clonakilty's fine dining that night before relaxing in one of the fine bars the town has to offer. Over the next few weeks we will be running competitions for accomodation on the night of the Tour, these competitions will be for REGISTERED people only so don't delay and get registered to be in with a chance to win!!!http://www.active.com/clonakilty-cork/cycling/races/tour-of-west-cork-2017?int

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Delta 7 - Ensuring the highest stands in pre-hospital care

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Turn the dream of Dr John Hinds into a reality - establish a world class Doctor & Paramedic prehospital service in Northern Ireland which will save lives

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