Mayo ICRR is the local branch of Irish Community Rapid Response, a national charity based in Bantry, Co. Cork.

Mayo ICRR is a voluntary group working in partnership with and supporting the existing Emergency Services. It is a declared National Ambulance Service asset and is called simultaneously with the state services when a serious emergency occurs. Our team support their community by responding to these life threatening emergencies.

Mayo ICRR work with and compliments all front-line emergency services including the National Ambulance Service, the Coast Guard, the Fire Service,the RNLI and the Emergency Aeromedical Service (EAS) which is run by the Air Corps and National Ambulance service. Irish Community Rapid Response aims to put the right people in the right place at the right time with the right equipment and the right skills to achieve the right outcome.

Dr Jason Horan is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Mayo University Hospital in Castlebar.  He trained in prehospital care and has worked for many years with the HSE National Ambulance Service.  He responds with Mayo ICRR on a voluntary basis.

Mayo ICRR is proud to be associated with a number of Community First Responder (CFR) schemes around the county.  We work in parallel with these groups, attending incidents, sharing resources and funding, training and experience.

For more information contact [email protected].

Irish Community Rapid Response is registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority 20070762.  It is also registered with the Revenue Commissioners CHY 18454.