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Have you ever thought about becoming an ambulance volunteer? It’s easier than you think. Take the step today.
There are more than 1500 volunteers in regional South Australia in over 80 volunteer teams. Ambulance volunteers provide professional emergency ambulance and patient transfer services within their country communities.
You can volunteer at your local station as a volunteer ambulance officer. You’ll attend emergency and non-emergency ambulance calls, as well as other duties as required.
Commitment: 30 hours a month
Location: Multiple locations in regional SA
Is this you?
Are you interested in volunteering in a community healthcare environment?
Are you over the age of 18 and do you have a full SA driver’s license?
Are you confident working solo but also as part of a team?
Are you physically able to perform CPR?
If you answer yes to these questions, you could be our next ambulance volunteer, so find out more about the application process.
Volunteering can become part of your lifestyle. Rosters and training are flexible and are designed around you, so that you can progress at a pace that you are comfortable with. 


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To attribute this material, cite SA Ambulance Service, 2018.