Cliff Rescue Training – Plas-y-Brenin

The Guernsey Ambulance & Rescue Service recently brought two Instructors from Plas-y-Brenin, the National Mountain Centre in North Wales, to Guernsey to train members of its Cliff Rescue Team. They spent the first day observing two different teams carrying out simulated rescues and spent the second and third days with …

Herm Island First Responders

The Guernsey Ambulance & Rescue Service has trained ten volunteers from Herm Island as Community First Responders. They each completed the IHCD’s First Person on Scene course and have been equipped to deal with life threatening emergencies until the arrival of the Marine Ambulance Flying Christine III with Paramedics on …

Secondment from London Ambulance Service

The Guernsey Ambulance & Rescue Service was pleased to welcome Paramedic Sciences degree student Louise Jenkins from London Ambulance Service NHS Trust on an elective placement recently. During her placement, Louise observed all aspects of the Service’s operations including taking part in Cliff Rescue training, where she abseiled down the …

Ambulance & Rescue Service leading the way!

Guernsey Ambulance & Rescue Service are the first UK ambulance service to take delivery of two new front line emergency ambulances from European manufacturer Ambulanz-Mobile of Germany. These two new vehicles are a direct replacement for the two oldest vehicles in the Ambulance & Rescue fleet which are now 11 …

Visit of his excellency the Lieutenant-Governor

On the morning of Tuesday 20th September 2011, the Ambulance and Rescue Service were delighted to welcome the His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, Air Marshall Peter Walker and Mrs Walker to Ambulance Headquarters. His Excellency was given a tour of Ambulance Headquarters and shown the various assets and resources utilised by …