What we do

St John is at the frontline of medical response, providing Ambulance Services throughout New Zealand. We're also part of a much broader picture of health care, through our provision of first aid training, event medical services, AEDs (defibrillators), first aid kits and supplies, medical alarms, youth groups and a wide range of community programmes.

What we do at a glance

Central to everything we achieve is the energy and generosity of our volunteers and supporters.
Central to everything we achieve is the energy and generosity of our volunteers and supporters.

Ambulance Services

In New Zealand, the St John Ambulance Service treats and transports approximately 400,000 people every year.
In New Zealand, the St John Ambulance Service treats and transports approximately 400,000 people every year.

First Aid

Our first aid courses range from a basic Level One right through to advanced resuscitation training for health professionals.
Our first aid courses range from a basic Level One right through to advanced resuscitation training for health professionals.

Youth programmes

St John Youth programmes help young New Zealanders to develop first aid, health care, leadership and life skills. Community programmes. Community funded by your donations.
St John Youth programmes help young New Zealanders to develop first aid, health care, leadership and life skills. Community programmes. Community funded by your donations.

Community programmes

St John is busy throughout the community. We provide youth programmes, hospital friends, phone friends, pet outreach therapy and more.
St John is busy throughout the community. We provide youth programmes, hospital friends, phone friends, pet outreach therapy and more.

Event medical services

St John provides medics for events of every size and description.
St John provides medics for events of every size and description.

St John Medical Alarms

Medical alarms help New Zealanders to enjoy independent living for longer. Ours is the only medical alarm that provides monitoring by St John.

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When to call 111

Call 111 and ask for "ambulance" when there is a medical emergency

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Ministry of Health and ACC Reporting

Find out about St John's contract with the Ministry of Health and the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) and our safety reporting.

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Research

The St John New Zealand Centre for Prehospital Research

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