St. John Ambulance Advanced Medical First Responder (MFR) volunteers attend countless public events across York Region, Ontario to provide basic and advanced first aid when emergencies occur. Our volunteers provide first response casualty care necessary to save a life, prevent  further injury or provide comfort until emergency medical assistance arrives. More info below.

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WHY VOLUNTEER WITH US?

Volunteering with us gives you an opportunity to gain valuable skills in emergency services or health care while giving back to the community. MFR volunteers must be 16+ years to participate.
   

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT:

St. John Ambulance Medical First Responder (MFR) volunteers are trained in advanced first aid and health care services.  Weekly evening meetings help us to refine our skills.
   

COMMUNITY ROLE:

St. John Ambulance is one of Canada’s largest volunteer networks which also operates world-wide. Our volunteers are present at sports events, festivals, concerts or  any  community  gatherings.

VOLUNTEER BENEFITS:

• Meet New People   

• Uniforms Provided   

• Community Service Hours   

• First Aid Training & Certificates   

• Gratifying Work & Social Events   

• Leadership Training & Experience   

• Scholarships & Bursary Prospects

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MEETING INFORMATION:

Upon official acceptance into our Volunteer Medical First Responder program, candidates meet on MONDAY’S for 12 WEEKS at:

YORK REGION BRANCH
13321 Yonge Street, Suite 210, Richmond Hill

7:00-9:00pm 

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Upon successfully completing and passing all Advance Medical First Responder training and modules, volunteer candidates are assigned into 1 of 4 MFR UNITS operating within our Branch which provides First Aid coverage for our 9 municipalities in York Region. The MFR Unit location is based on the candidates preferred closest home or work address whichever is desired for weekly meetings. 

 
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For further information about St. John Ambulance in Canada, please visit www.SJA.ca or contact:

 

York Region Branch
201-13321 Yonge Street,
Richmond Hill, ON L4E 0K5  
Tel.: (905) 773-3394
Fax: (905) 773-1046

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ABOUT ST. JOHN AMBULANCE IN CANADA      
St. John Ambulance is Canada’s leading authority in first aid since 1883. Today we train over 550,000 Canadians annually in first aid and other health and safety related courses. As a charitable organization, proceeds from our training are directed back to local communities through our volunteer programs. St. John Ambulance has over 12,000 volunteers across Canada providing more than one million hours of community service annually. They serve their local communities through programs such as Medical First Response, Therapy Dog, Car Seat Clinics, Youth Programs, Disaster Response and more. 

St. John Ambulance is an international humanitarian Organization and is a foundation of the Order of St. John.

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