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Order of Malta Ireland - Ambulance Corps - Cork

Order Of Malta Ambulance Corps - Cork Unit, Centre Park Road, Cork, Ireland
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Welcome to Order of Malta Ireland -Ambulance Corps- Cork Unit page.   The Order of Malta Ambulance Corps is a voluntary ambulance and first aid organisation with over 4,000 volunteers involved in over 80 units throughout Ireland.

We co-ordinate a variety of voluntary, community activities across Ireland and fund raise for a range of charitable events and activities both at home and abroad.

Order of Malta Ireland provide an excellent standard of first aid training, community care facilities and services, delivered by people who care, with quality assured standards of training.

Nationally, we operate over 165 ambulances, 4×4’s, mobile accident and emergency suites, support vehicles, medical bikes and command centres.  


Members are on duty today covering 11 hours of Muay Thai competitive fighting.

Best of luck to Vol. Niamh Ní Hicí and the rest of class 20 as they have started out with their emergency medical technician training this weekend.

On duty at the Pieta 100 Cycle we bumped into some volunteers from Blood Bike South, who were at a separate event. Pieta House Blood Bike South

Best of luck to Cork unit Officer in Charge Sgt Domhnall Mac Aodha who starts his Paramedic course with the HSE National Ambulance Service Monday.

Cork unit sent a bicycle team and a first aid post to cover the Ballincollig Athletics club fun run as part of Heritage Week here in Cork.

Day 3 and, unfortunately, the last day of Cork's involvement with the annual pilgrimage has come to a close. Today we took our Pilgrims on a road trip to Ballintubber Abbey and the Country Life Museum in Castlebar. A great experience, we'll return again next year.

Day 2 of the Order's Pilgrimage to Knock is drawing to a close. The weather was terrible, but the day was highly enjoyable non-the-less.

Day one of the Order's annual Knock Pilgrimage is complete. Cork members are here with members of many other units such as Knock, Crumlin, Ballina, Naas, and Drimnagh to provide assistance to pilgrims at Ireland's national Marian shrine.

Members on duty enjoying the day's opening ceremony for the JKA Karate World Championship.

Congratulations to Niamh Hickey who has been accepted into EMT Class 20, and the best of luck to Ewa Prusak who is undergoing final exams for her Paramedic course. Good luck guys!

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