25 Field Ambulance

Infobox Military Unit
unit_name= 25 (Toronto) Field Ambulance
caption=Crest of the Canadian Forces Medical Services


dates= 1977 - Present
country=Canada
branch= Canadian Forces Medical Services
type=
role=Medical
size=Company
command_structure=Canadian Forces Health Services Group
current_commander= LCol Arif Hirji, CD
garrison= Moss Park Armoury
ceremonial_chief= Princess Anne, formerly The Queen Mother
ceremonial_chief_label=Colonel in Chief
colonel_of_the_regiment=
nickname= 25 Fd Amb
motto= "Militi Succurrimus" (We Hasten to Aid the Soldier)
colors=
march= Quick: "Farmer's Boy"
mascot=
battles=
notable_commanders=
anniversaries=

25 (Toronto) Field Ambulance (formerly "25 (Toronto) Medical Company") is a Canadian Forces Primary Reserve (militia) medical unit in Toronto, Ontario. The company-strength formation is part of 4 Health Services Group, which is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec. It is the only Primary Reserve medical unit in Toronto. The unit fields a medical company, a services support company, and an HQ element. The unit's name is often abbreviated to 25 Fd Amb.

25 Fd Amb parades out of Moss Park Armoury, and is tasked with providing medical support to 32 Canadian Brigade Group. Members of the unit have served on various UN and NATO missions around the world: Cyprus, Bosnia and the former Yugoslavia, Haiti, and in Afghanistan.

External

[http://www.army.forces.gc.ca/25MEDICAL_COMPANY/INDEX.HTML 25 Field Amb Official website]


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