Emergency Services Day 2020

The Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey has paid tribute to emergency service workers on 999 Day. 999 Day is a national initiative which started in 2017 and is a chance for all Emergency Services to be celebrated. The event is also an opportunity to remember 999 workers who have died in …

Ambulance crews involved in cliff rescue

Emergency ambulance crews have been involved in a multi-agency rescue of an injured climber from cliffs near Le Gouffre on Guernsey’s south coast.   A double crewed ambulance was dispatched to the scene shortly after 3pm on Sunday following a 999 call. After a St John paramedic and coastguard officer …

New senior role for paramedic Aimee

Congratulations to paramedic Aimee Lihou, who has recently been promoted into a new role as Clinical Governance Lead for the St John Emergency Ambulance Service. Aimee who has been a registered paramedic since 2012 has specialised in the area of clinical governance for the past three and a half years, …