Robe Ambulance Service recognised

The Robe Ambulance service was presented as a nominee in the prestigious Rural Doctors Workforce Agency Rural Community Health and Wellbeing Award.

The awards were presented by Zoe Bettison MP, Minister for Communities and Social Inclusion.

The 2017 Awards Presentation ceremony were held at the Hilton Adelaide on Friday, November 17.

The Awards were hosted by Jessica Adamson, Seven News Weekend Presenter.

There were 480 guests gathered from across the State to celebrate South Australia’s high achievers and community contributors.

SA Ambulance Service - Robe Branch is staffed by volunteers and provides a 24/7 ambulance service.

Members are involved in their local community as sports club coaches and volunteers at many community events and functions.

The Robe team on average does 400 jobs a year and the whole group of members are very committed to serving their community.