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ST JOHN CELEBRATES AMBULANCES THROUGH THE AGES AND ASKS FOR YOUR HELP DURING ITS ANNUAL APPEAL

Victoria Hawkins |

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Rapid Response Series 7

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St John - Here for Life

Adi Wickramaratne |

Our new TV ad features Haylee Wrenn from Hawkes Bay, whose life was saved by St John after she suffered a cardiac arrest....

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ST JOHN AMBULANCE GEARED TO MANAGE THE COUNTRY’S NEW YEAR REVELRY

Victoria Hawkins |

On New Year’s Eve between the hours of 10pm and 2am St John’s job rate will triple. St John explains its plans and provisions for managing the additional workload....

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St John & NZFS sign 2014 Memorandum of Understanding

Victoria Hawkins |

St John and the NZ Fire Service have signed an updated Memorandum of Understanding today which formalises practices and guides co-operation between the two services....

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St John’s Ebola virus disease preparedness

Robyn Bern |

St John New Zealand has been closely monitoring the situation with regards to Ebola virus disease. It is important for organisations such as St John to be prepared and we are....

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St John performance September 2014

Robyn Bern |

St John's reports on immediately life threatening ("purple"), immediately life threatening or time critical ("red"), and urgent / potentially serious but not immediately life threatening incidents ("orange") incidents - in urban and rural locations....

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St John’s first annual cardiac arrest report

Robyn Bern |

Of the 38 people treated for cardiac arrest by St John each week, 11 are successfully resuscitated and transported to hospital. Six of those people will later be discharged – that’s a 15% survival rate....

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ST JOHN TO RECRUIT 158 ADDITIONAL FRONTLINE STAFF

Victoria Hawkins |

An ACC funding boost helps St John increase frontline staff numbers by 158 in 35 locations across New Zealand....

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