St John | Akaroa – New Zealand

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St John is a charitable organisation that provides emergency ambulance services in 97% of New Zealand’s geographic locations, as well as a portfolio of complementary health services designed to build resilient communities. The St John NZ vision is enhanced health and well-being for all New Zealanders. St John have provided ambulance services in New Zealand since 1885 and we are playing an increasing role in meeting the broader health needs of our communities, in partnership with other organisations. We would love to have your support for our Ambulance services in Akaroa. Your support will help us to care for people and the community.

LocationAkaroa

Emailmichael.stringer@stjohn.org.nz

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New Zealand

Phone027 521 7022

St John provides emergency ambulance services to nearly 90% of New Zealanders.

We operate 111 Clinical Control Centres in Auckland, Christchurch and (in partnership with Wellington Free Ambulance) in Wellington, answering 455,000 111 calls for an ambulance each year and dispatching air ambulances, road ambulances and other resources. 

In the 2014/15 year, our ambulance officers treated and/or transported 428,000 patients, working out of 200 ambulance stations situated throughout New Zealand.

Our team in Akaroa need support. More ambulance volunteers are required to help us deliver services to the community. 

Volunteering as an Ambulance & Events volunteer (also referred to as operational volunteer) is a big commitment that is extremely rewarding. By working on both community events and on an ambulance your role is quite varied but the focus is always on providing quality care to patients. 

When volunteering at events, your role is to provide medical services to patients. At one end of the event spectrum, you could be covering local sports games and school fairs. At the other extreme, it might mean working at an international sporting tournament or rock concert.

When volunteering on an ambulance, depending on the size of the community, you will either provide a first response to 111 calls in your local area or be part of an ambulance crew that see’s the patient through their journey from calling 111 to either being referred to another health care provider, treated on scene, or transported to a medical facility.
Specialised training is provided by St John and reimbursements are provided for out-of-pocket expenses, such as travel and meals. Ambulance & Events Volunteers are provided with a full uniform. 

Contact Michael Stringer
Email: michael.stringer@stjohn.org.nz
Cellphone: 027 521 7022
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stjohnakaroaandbays/ 

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St John is a charitable organisation that provides emergency ambulance services in 97% of New Zealand’s geographic locations, as well as a portfolio of complementary health services designed to build resilient communities. The St John NZ vision is enhanced health and well-being for all New Zealanders. St John have provided ambulance services in New Zealand since 1885 and we are playing an increasing role in meeting the broader health needs of our communities, in partnership with other organisations. We would love to have your support for our Ambulance services in Akaroa. Your support will help us to care for people and the community.

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St John provides emergency ambulance services to nearly 90% of New Zealanders.

We operate 111 Clinical Control Centres in Auckland, Christchurch and (in partnership with Wellington Free Ambulance) in Wellington, answering 455,000 111 calls for an ambulance each year and dispatching air ambulances, road ambulances and other resources. 

In the 2014/15 year, our ambulance officers treated and/or transported 428,000 patients, working out of 200 ambulance stations situated throughout New Zealand.

Our team in Akaroa need support. More ambulance volunteers are required to help us deliver services to the community. 

Volunteering as an Ambulance & Events volunteer (also referred to as operational volunteer) is a big commitment that is extremely rewarding. By working on both community events and on an ambulance your role is quite varied but the focus is always on providing quality care to patients. 

When volunteering at events, your role is to provide medical services to patients. At one end of the event spectrum, you could be covering local sports games and school fairs. At the other extreme, it might mean working at an international sporting tournament or rock concert.

When volunteering on an ambulance, depending on the size of the community, you will either provide a first response to 111 calls in your local area or be part of an ambulance crew that see’s the patient through their journey from calling 111 to either being referred to another health care provider, treated on scene, or transported to a medical facility.
Specialised training is provided by St John and reimbursements are provided for out-of-pocket expenses, such as travel and meals. Ambulance & Events Volunteers are provided with a full uniform. 

Contact Michael Stringer
Email: michael.stringer@stjohn.org.nz
Cellphone: 027 521 7022
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stjohnakaroaandbays/ 

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