Deputy Director of the National Ambulance Service, Pat McCreanor has retired after 44 years in the service.
A Chief Ambulance Officer of the Eastern Regional Ambulance Service in the Eastern Health Board, prior to the national changeover, Mr. McCreanor has seen many changes in the ambulance service in the 44 years.
As special retirement function tool place at NAS headquarter at the Rivers Building in Tallaght earlier.
Joan Regan, a representative from Department of Health on behalf of the Minister for Health attended along NAS Director Martin Dunne and many other colleagues.
One of his collegues has siad ‘Pat McCreanor has always kept the patient at the center whereby their care is the most important thing. Thank you, Happy Retirement Pat’.
To mark his retirement, the HSE and NAS have dedicated a new student award sheild in honor of Pat. ‘The Pat McCreanor Shield’ will be awarded to the highest achieving student paramedic – NAS Student of the Year.
Emergency Times wish to extend our grateful thanks, best wishes and kind regards to Pat McCreanor, National Ambulance Service, on his retirement.