Welcome back Dan!

We’re delighted to welcome back Dan Jehan. Dan has returned to the St John Emergency Ambulance Service having recently qualified as a paramedic. He first joined St John as a Cadet and then became a volunteer. In 2014 Dan started working for the Patient Transport Service as an Ambulance Care …

Graham retires from St John HealthCare

We recently said a fond farewell to Graham Le Page, who retired after thirteen years with the St John HealthCare shop.   Graham joined St John in 2006 after a long career with local retailer Gruts, where he was manager of the photographic department and the St Sampson shop. He …

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 …

Young Badger puts first aid skills into action

A young Guernsey Badger who has been learning first aid with St John was able to put his knowledge into use after his nan collapsed in the garden. Seven year old Brandon Leech-Corbet who has only been a Badger since January last year saw his nan, Kathleen, go vacant, fall …