What is the St. John Marine Ambulance Supporter Scheme?
An invitation to support the Flying Christine III, in exchange for which you will not be charged if you need an ambulance response, treatment or transfer during the membership period.
Fill in the application form and post it with your payment or your Direct Debit details to St. John Emergency Ambulance Service. Your receipt will be posted back to you (please allow 14 days).
What are the benefits of membership?
Members of the scheme are not charged should they need:
• a response by the marine ambulance service;
• assessment, diagnosis or treatment by ambulance staff;
• transfer by marine ambulance to Guernsey and ambulance vehicle in Guernsey in the event of an injury, serious illness or other serious medical condition; or under the direct instructions of a Health Care Professional or, if in Sark, the designated Sark Doctor, where they are unfit to travel by any other means for treatment.
What does it cost?
SINGLE membership of £119 provides cover for a single person, with or without
children. Any children living with a single parent are included at no extra charge until they leave full time education.
FAMILY membership of £180 provides cover for a couple, with or without children. Any children living with the couple are included at no charge until they leave full time education.
CORPORATE RATE A corporate rate is available for organisations that employ
seasonal workers – price on application.
Rates valid until end 2020.
What if I don’t join?
The marine ambulance responding to a call will attract a minimum charge of £1858.00 for each response.
Are there any restrictions?
There is no limit to the number of marine ambulance responses, and no age
limit for members. Members however cannot order the marine ambulance just
because they are members, calls must be for medical emergencies resulting
from injury or illness; or must come from a Health Care Professional.Private Medical Insurance.
If you are covered by a Private Medical Insurance you will need to make a claim
through the normal process. You will be invoiced for the full amount to enable you to make a claim from your Insurers.