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, …

Thanks for your donations and support.

The Chief Ambulance Officer and all the staff at the St John Emergency Ambulance Service would like to thank everyone who has supported us during the coronavirus pandemic. We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of all of those who have donated gifts, foods or made other contributions to help …

Ambulance operations return to the Rohais

Emergency ambulance crews have returned to the Rohais, as Guernsey moves into Phase 4 of the exit from lockdown. During the previous stages of the lockdown crews had been located at satellite stations at Les Cotils and Les Gigands, with the remaining crews operating from the St John Headquarters. The …