Chief Ambulance Officer on the Covid lockdown.

Guernsey’s Chief Ambulance Officer has thanked ambulance crews and support staff for their commitment and hard work during the first month of the latest lockdown. The St John Emergency Ambulance Service responded quickly to the changing circumstances on 23rd January, activating parts of our business continuity and preparedness plans. Since …

2021 Ambulance subscriptions

Islanders who have not already joined or renewed their annual ambulance subscription are being reminded they can now join the St John subscription scheme for 2021. http://subscription.stjohn.gg An island-wide postal drop is due to take place in the coming days and anyone who is not already a member of the …

Christmas and New Year demand.

Demand for Guernsey’s Emergency Ambulance Service over the Christmas and New Year period remained in line with the daily average number of calls for the rest of 2020. The St John Emergency Ambulance Service responded to 132 calls between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day and while there were some …

Ross returns as registered paramedic.

We recently welcomed Ross Senior back to the Emergency Ambulance Service as a newly qualified paramedic. Ross completed his three year Bachelor of Science degree in Paramedicine, which also included  placements with the South-East Coast Ambulance Service and the East Surrey Hospital NHS Trust. He was awarded a First Class …