St John partners with other respected not-for-profit organisations to deliver telephone health advice through Healthline, animal-assisted therapy and more.

St John partners with other respected not-for-profit organisations to bring you a number of health-related services. By sharing knowledge and resources with these partners, we’re helping to deliver a better standard of healthcare for New Zealanders.

Healthline is a free 24x7 health advice helpline that’s staffed by nurses. The number to call is 0800 611 116.
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Therapy Pets
Animal-assisted therapy promotes emotional wellbeing in hospitals and rest homes. Animal volunteers also help children suffering from a variety of illnesses.
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HEARTsafe is a community initiative supported and facilitated by St John & Laerdal aiming to increase the chances of survival after sudden cardiac arrest 
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The PRIME programme uses the skills of specially-trained rural GPs and/or rural nurses to support the St John Ambulance Service during medical emergencies in remote areas.
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