A Fascinating Insight into First Aid Equipment and Much More | 25 & 29 May 2016


St John Ambulance Australia Historical Society of SA invites you to a fascinating insight into first aid equipment and much more.

Much has changed since litters were the ambulances of the day.  See the Eve’s rocker, once used for resuscitation and an early heart-start machine, view the development of first aid treatments over the years, many now obsolete.  A plethora of other unique items, old uniforms and photographs are on display.

Everyone is welcome to attend this free exhibition.

For more information and all enquiries please visit the South Australian Community History website.

What:  A Fascinating Insight into First Aid Equipment and Much More

When:  Wednesday 25 May 2016, 10.30am-12.30pm | Sunday 29 May 2016, 2-4pm

Where: St John Ambulance Museum & Research Centre | 72 Edmund Avenue, Unley

Who:     Everyone

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