High period of demand on Liberation Day

The St John Emergency Ambulance Service experienced a busy period of demand on Liberation Day. Medical crews responded to a total of twenty-seven calls in the 24 hours between midnight on Wednesday 8th and midnight on Thursday 9th May.  The majority of calls were for medical cases and falls, and …

Reorganisation of St John companies in Guernsey

The Commandery of St John in Guernsey has recently completed a review of its corporate structure in the Bailiwick.  Over the years St John has delivered different services from different parts of the organisation and the review was undertaken to help clarify the confusion amongst some stakeholders and the general …

St John Guernsey Awards Presentation

The achievements of St John volunteers and youth members have been recognised at the annual Presentation Afternoon. A total of 38 trophies and awards were handed out at the ceremony which took place in the presence of the Knight Commander Andrew Henton and the Chairman of the St John Guernsey …

Cardiac Arrest Survivor Thanks First Aiders

57-year-old Rick Denton is a well-known figure in the Guernsey business and sporting community. He is a locally based financial services professional and corporate governance expert. He is also a director of a number of local and international businesses, as well as a supporter of local charities including the Guernsey Lawn Tennis …

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 …