Community First Responders This website provides detailed information on the Community First Responder (CFR) volunteers that work for the South Central Ambulance Service NHS trust.
What is a Responder? A Community First Responder or CFR, is a member of the public, trained by the ambulance service, who volunteers to help in their community by responding to 999 calls and medical emergencies before the arrival of the emergency ambulance.

Welcome to the SCAS Community First Responders website

This website provides information on the South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) NHS Foundation Trust's Community First Responder groups. Information on the individual groups can be accessed by clicking on the "Responder Groups" link on the menu.

SCAS welcomes your input, please get in touch if you are interested in becoming a CFR or would like to help or donate time or money. The CFR scheme is run by SCAS but it is funded where possible by charitable donations.

Please visit the SCAS League of Friends website for other ways you can support your local ambulance service. If you have other ideas or wish to make a donation, please contact us.


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