The Health Service Executive (HSE) took over the running of the regional ambulance services (with the exception of the Dublin Fire Brigade’s ambulance service) in 2005. It uses a wide variety of vehicles, some of which were legacy transfers from the former Health Boards – the Eastern Regional Health Authority, Midland Health Board, Mid-Western Health Board, North-Eastern Health Board, North-Western Health Board, South-Eastern Health Board, Southern Health Board, and Western Health Board.
HSE Ambulances attending a fatal RTA near Mount Nugent, County Cavan:
One of the several emergency ambulances branded for the FAST initiative (early stroke detection and intervention):
High Dependency Vehicle
Neonatal Intensive Care Vehicle
Intermediate Care Ambulances
Note that these are non-emergency vehicles with no blue lights, but still have white flashers in the front grille.
Strangely enough with a Northern Ireland registration:
Paramedic and Officer Vehicles
Snapped at the Tall Ships Races with a vehicle from the Waterford branch of the Order of Malta Ambulance: