St John

  Auckland
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St John has been saving lives and enhancing the health and well-being of New Zealanders for more than 125 years. For all, anytime, anywhere

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Providing Emergency Ambulance Services throughout New Zealand is the core activity for St John. Additionally, we also play an crucial role in meeting the broader health needs of people in all New Zealand communities. We provide health shuttles, youth programmes, hospital friends, caring caller, pet outreach therapy and more. St John is New Zealand largest community-based primary health services organisation.

In New Zealand, the St John Emergency Ambulance Service treats and transports approximately 400,000 people every year. On any normal weekday, our staff and volunteers will be in contact with or assist more than 5000 people through our emergency, training or charitable support activities such as Health Shuttles, Friends of Hospitals, Caring Caller or Events attendance services.


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