Online Mental Health First Aid

Online Mental Health First Aid

We're excited to announce that our popular Mental Health First Aid course is now available online. Try a free online module.

Ambulance Charges

Ambulance Charges

Our ambulance services are not fully Government funded. Contracts with the Ministry of Health and ACC fund 72% of emergency ambulance direct operating costs.

Ambulance Services

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In New Zealand, the St John Ambulance Service treats and transports approximately 400,000 people every year. We have more than 600 operational vehicles and 205 ambulance stations.

Major NZ banks are going cheque-free

Major NZ banks are going cheque-free

Most of the major NZ banks are planning to stop accepting cheques this year. Help prepare and find out all your options to make payments or donations to St John. 

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St John remembers the Canterbury Earthquakes 10 years on

On the 10th anniversary of New Zealand’s worst natural disaster, an event which will be forever etched into the minds of a generation of Christchurch people, St John Ambulance joins with New Zealanders to mark the tragedy and reflect on the catastrophic events that changed a nation....

RELEASE OF ST JOHN AMBULANCE DATA FOR 2020

St John continues to be there for New Zealanders, and in 2020 responded to nearly half a million medical emergencies with ambulance communications centres answering nearly 97% of the more than 550,000 emergency 111 calls within 15 seconds....

Community programmes

St John is busy throughout the community. We provide youth programmes, hospital friends, phone friends, pet outreach therapy and more. St John is busy throughout the community. We provide youth programmes, hospital friends, phone friends, pet outreach therapy and more.

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St John local

The people at the front line of St John live in your town or city. Stay up to date on what St John is doing in your region. The people at the front line of St John live in your town or city. Stay up to date on what St John is doing in your region.

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