Polin Hung, is the Unit Chief, Outreach & Education, St. John Ambulance Peel Branch.
Polin has been a volunteer with St. John Ambulance since 2008 as a Medical First Responder, providing advanced medical first aid at community events, notably the Pan Am / Para Pan Am Games and Ontario Summer Games.
She also serves as the Unit Chief of Outreach and Education, leading a team of St. John Ambulance Ambassadors who educate the community on the importance of first aid training and giving back through volunteering.
Her other passions include working as a Professional Engineer for the Government of Canada and being an adoptive parent to an assortment of rescues from Animal Services and Toronto Humane Society.
Polin is well known to Paul Henshall and Jim Dorsey from various community health events where she volunteered to provide medical first aid. After many conversations, we asked her if St. John Ambulance could provide first aid services for our Cruisin’ for a Cure every September. Over the past two years, the St. John Ambulance volunteers have become an integral part of our annual event.
Since its founding in Quebec City in 1883, St. John Ambulance has been providing first aid training and volunteer services to Canadian communities. Their stated mission is:
“To enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing training and community service…through community service, and first aid, and CPR training.”
Please come out on March 12th and meet Polin; her presentation promises to be quite informative.
You can forward your questions or suggestions to: email@example.com or telephone 905-458-6650
We look forward to seeing you at Wellspring Chinguacousy Cancer Support Centre, 5 Inspiration Way, Brampton, ON L6R 0L7. The building is located west of Torbram Road and south of Father Tobin Drive.
Parking is well lit and free - and there is an elevator!