Volunteers Week: Thanks from Chief Ambulance Officer

Guernsey’s Chief Ambulance Officer has marked Volunteers Week by thanking members of the St John Ambulance decontamination team who have been supporting the Emergency Ambulance Service during the coronavirus pandemic. Mark Mapp said: “I’d like to thank all the volunteers who have given their time to help over the past …

Ambulance operations return to the Rohais

Emergency ambulance crews have returned to the Rohais, as Guernsey moves into Phase 4 of the exit from lockdown. During the previous stages of the lockdown crews had been located at satellite stations at Les Cotils and Les Gigands, with the remaining crews operating from the St John Headquarters. The …

Clap for Carers

Every Thursday at 8 o’clock during the coronavirus pandemic people across Guernsey have stood on their doorsteps and joined a national “Clap for Carers”. Staff and volunteers from St John Ambulance Guernsey have also shown their support for fellow healthcare professionals, care workers and other essential workers. One of the …

Three new Emergency Medical Technicians for St John

Congratulations to our three recently qualified Emergency Medical Technicians. Brad Stuckey, Kadie Ormrod and Marcia Bale all successfully completed their training, on the road assessments and passed their FREUC exams shortly before the start of the coronavirus pandemic. They have been fully operational as EMTs throughout the crisis responding to …

St John HealthCare Shop

The St John HealthCare Shop is open for business and operating a free island-wide delivery service. You can contact the St John Healthcare shop on 729268 or email shop@stjohn.gg The shop has been operating the delivery service throughout the coronavirus pandemic to ensure people who need healthcare items are able …

St John commemorates and celebrates Liberation 75

Liberation Day took a very different form this year due to the coronavirus pandemic and the lock-down restrictions which remain in place in the island, but St John Ambulance Guernsey still marked the occasion in a number of different ways. In the week leading up to Liberation Day St John …

Locally made Liberation fudge supports St John

St John Ambulance Guernsey is benefiting from the proceeds of a special Guernsey fudge bar, which has been made by a local confectioner to mark the 75th anniversary of the Liberation. The commemorative bars of Guernsey Cream Fudge have been produced by Guernsey Gourmet Food and the packets are designed to …

Vitamin C boost for Emergency Ambulance Staff

Staff at the Emergency Ambulance Service have been offered a year’s free supply of supplements containing Vitamin C thanks to a donation from the Guernsey based company Healthspan. The Zinc Citrate with Vitamin C product is promoted for helping boost the body’s immune system so it can better fight infection …

St John Covid-19 Appeal launched

St John Ambulance Guernsey is launching a fundraising appeal to support the work of the charity in the coronavirus crisis and ongoing projects to improve the lives of people in our community. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic St John Ambulance Guernsey has responded to the needs of islanders …