Saving Time, Saving Lives
ICRR Volunteer Doctors are equipped with lifesaving equipment such as Automatic External Defibrillators (AED's) and response bags that are used to make lifesaving interventions in medical emergencies in their community. When a person is in a medical emergency, receiving care within the 'Golden Hour' (the hour after which the incident has taken place), offers them the best chance of survival. ICRR's network of Volunteer Doctors aim to assist in this time of need, when are where available.
Remember! In an emergency always call 999 or 112
Very Important Top Tip: Know your Eircode!