The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 7 (November 1, 1927)
Progress of Ambulance
Progress of Ambulance.
The organisation of ambulance classes throughout the New Zealand Railways was put in hand only a few short months ago. The response has been truly wonderful. Already over 2,200 students are enrolled, and now comes word that up to the present over 600 have passed their First Aid examination.
The lectures given are of the highest order, the best available medical practitioners lending their assistance, whilst Red Cross Societies and the St. John Ambulance centres have joined enthusiastically in helping along the work. Practical benefits have already been reported from many places.