Choose the best alarm plan for your needs.

 Hato Hone St John offers three alarm plans.  Each caters to a different lifestyle.

  1. If you spend most of your time at home, try our Home plan.  You may even qualify for Government funding.
  2. If you're active and leave home often, our Mobile plan may be more your style.
  3. If you enjoy a walk to the shops but want the assurance of uninterrupted service at home, or if home cell coverage is patchy, consider our Home & Mobile plan.

As you'd expect, all of our alarms are easy to use and best of all, they all connect directly to Hato Hone St John. See more on our plans here:

Medical Alarms info sheet - Hato Hone St John

Info sheet

 Arrange your free no-obligation trial today!

Try any alarm plan free in your home without obligation. Simply arrange a free in-home demonstration of an alarm from our range.  One of our friendly St John representatives will visit to take you through:  

  1. How the alarm service works
  2. How to call for help
  3. Initiating the alarm for your free trial
  4. Ongoing financial assistance if relevant

Your free trial3 starts at that point, allowing you to enjoy all the benefits of the alarm at no cost. If you decide after the trial that the alarm is not right for you, we'll take it back, no questions asked and you won't pay a cent, even if you've used it during the trial to summon emergency help4.

Take action now to arrange your free in-home demonstration and trial by clicking here.

Click here for our alarm terms & conditions including the free trial period.

How does the alarm work?

See how a St John alarm activation is actioned by Hato Hone St John by watching this video. The video illustrates a Home Medical Alarm activation.



What do our customers think?

Hear what one of our customers has to say about using their Home Medical Alarm:

 3The free trial period varies depending on the day of sign up with the average being 14 days.

4Any applicable emergency ambulance charges are also waived during the trial period, even if the ambulance was summoned via a 111 call from anywhere in New Zealand rather than from the alarm.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

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