Ambulance Charges

Ambulance Charges

Our Ambulance Services are not fully Government funded. Contracts with the Ministry of Health, ACC and District Health Boards (DHBs) fund just under 80% of our Ambulance Service direct operating costs.

Ambulance Services

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In New Zealand, the St John Ambulance Service treats and transports approximately 400,000 people every year. We have more than 600 operational vehicles and 205 ambulance stations.

First Aid Training

First Aid Training

First aid is at the heart of St John. In addition to our ambulance services, we provide training courses, kits and supplies, AEDs. We also provide up-to-date first aid information right here on this website.

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A ST JOHN COMMUNITY HUB

Plans are underway for a new St John facility in New Plymouth to be a hub for both ambulances and the community....

VOLUNTEERS HONOURED WITH MINISTER OF HEALTH VOLUNTEER AWARDS

St John is proud that its veteran archivist and Order Member, George Wright has jointly won the long service category of the 2019 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards, while its Invercargill Health Shuttle team has been named runners up for the community or NGO health service team category....

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.

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St John local

The people at the front line of St John live in your town or city. Stay up to date on what St John is doing in your region. The people at the front line of St John live in your town or city. Stay up to date on what St John is doing in your region.

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