Baroness Fookes visits the St John ambulance HQ.

Baroness Fookes, Deputy Speaker in the House of Lords has visited the headquarters of the St John Ambulance Guernsey charity and the St John Emergency Ambulance Service. During her tour Baroness Fookes met St John volunteers, including members of the Voluntary Ambulance Reserve, frontline ambulance paramedics and staff from the …

JOB ALERT: Ambulance Care Assistants

St John Emergency Ambulance Service is looking to appoint full-time Ambulance Care Assistants to the Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service  Successful applicants will be part of a small team delivering a safe and effective Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service. The position will require the candidate to work flexibly to provide the service …

Ambulance response awareness campaign

Guernsey’s Emergency Ambulance Service is highlighting the importance of calling 999 for medical emergencies and is launching an awareness campaign to help the public understand how it prioritises less urgent cases, which don’t require an immediate blue light response. It comes after the service experienced its busiest year on record …

Heather Langlois appointed as Chief Executive Officer

St John Ambulance Guernsey is pleased to announce the appointment of their new CEO of both Charitable and Commercial Services, Heather Langlois, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC. In recent years, Heather has led St John Training Services in Guernsey, upgrading its scope and quality. This includes the development of new online courses …

Patient Survey 2022 – Tell us what you think.

What is your experience of Guernsey’s ambulance service? Island Global Research is carrying out a survey on behalf of the St John Emergency Ambulance Service. Anyone can complete the survey, but we especially want to hear from people who have recently used the Emergency Ambulance Service or the Non-emergency Patient …