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ST JOHN 111 PATIENTS RECEIVING RIGHT CARE AT RIGHT TIME WITH CLINICAL HUB

Elliot Steel |

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Toy ambulance campaign returns to help put another ambulance on New Zealand's roads

Elliot Steel |

ASB St John Toy Ambulance and Station...

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St John's caring service a phone call away this holiday season

Noreen Hegarty |

Much is made of modern communications and the ways in which they can enable people to connect but, as St John Caring Caller clients attest, there’s nothing quite as reassuring as a friendly voice on the end of a ‘phone....

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Hands on hearts crucial to restarting them

Noreen Hegarty |

St John knows that bystanders having the confidence to take action when a person is in cardiac arrest can be the difference between a life saved or a life lost....

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Would-be passers-by key to doctor’s healthy heart

Noreen Hegarty |

October the ninth is now a big day for Dr Tom Watson. It’s not his birthday but it is the first anniversary of the rest of his life....

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Restart a Heart Day 2017

Brodie Stewart |

To support Restart a Heart Day this 16 October 2017 head to one of the centres listed below to watch and participate in live demonstrations and find out how you can help save a life....

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Toy ambulances turn into a real one for Dunedin

Robbie Walker |

New Zealanders have helped turn block set toy ambulances into a much-needed ambulance for the Dunedin community following ASB’s successful St John toy ambulance campaign....

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SPIKE IN SYNTHETIC CANNABIS RELATED INCIDENTS AND DEATHS

Victoria Hawkins |

St John and Auckland District Health Board and are asking the public to refrain from taking synthetic cannabis products due the detrimental effect they having on health, lives, and emergency health care...

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BUSY WINTER WORKLOAD FOR ST JOHN

Robbie Walker |

St John experienced a significant increase in workload in June and it looks likely to continue as New Zealand experiences a cold snap with freezing conditions....

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CHILDREN TAKE LIFE SAVING SERIOUSLY

Noreen Hegarty |

Brave Kiwi children made more than 400 emergency 111 calls to St John in the 12 months ending March 2017 and 321 of them related to life-threatening and urgent situations such as cardiac arrest....

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