Management award for Senior Officer Dave Welbourne.

Senior Officer Dave Welbourne has been presented with the ‘Chartered Management Institute’ Level 5 in Management and Leadership Diploma. The qualification is designed for practicing middle managers and those aspiring to senior management who want to develop their core management skills such as managing resources, recruitment and information management. The qualification …

EMTs awarded Associate Ambulance Practitioner Diplomas

Two Emergency Medical Technicians have been presented with their Associate Ambulance Practitioners Diplomas having completed their AAP course and on-the-road training. Jen Linfield and Greg Martin undertook their Level 4 Diploma for Associate Ambulance Practitioners training in Poole in 2017. Both Jen and Greg successfully completed this course and their …

Long Service Award for EMT Frankie

Frankie Middleton has been presented with a Long Service Award after 15 years with the ambulance service. After a carer in the army, former soldier Frankie joined the service on 5th January 2004 as an Ambulance Care Assistant with the Patient Transport Service. Later that year she attended the Southern Ambulance …

Two SJEAS staff recognised with national award.

The Lieutenant-Governor of Guernsey, His Excellency Vice Admiral Sir Ian Corder KBE CB has presented two members of the St John Emergency Ambulance Service with national long service medals. Senior Officer Malcolm Mechem and Paramedic Steve Domaille received the ‘Ambulance Service (Emergency Duties) Long Service & Good Conduct Medal’ at a special ceremony at …

SJEAS Deputy Chief Officer Appointed

The St John Emergency Ambulance Service has appointed a new Deputy Chief Officer. Joel de Woolfson, a senior communications officer for the States of Guernsey, was appointed by the Service’s Board following a competitive recruitment process. He will take up the role next Monday (21st January). The position of Deputy …

Busy Christmas for the Emergency Ambulance Service

The St John Emergency Ambulance Service dealt with a high number of incidents during the three days of Christmas. Between Christmas Eve and Boxing Day crews responded to fifty-five calls.   The peak in demand came during the afternoon of Christmas Day when, between midday and 1800hrs, there were fifteen emergencies. These calls were …