Award level: Winner
In a medical emergency, New Zealanders turn to St John, the country’s largest primary care provider.
Responding to over 450,000 emergency calls a year, St John provides emergency ambulance services to nearly 90% of New Zealanders. In 2014/15, St John ambulances travelled nearly 20 million kilometres to bring help to Kiwis in need.
More than just a vital emergency service, St John is an essential part of everyday life, providing medical services at community events, first-aid training courses and affordable first-aid kits and supplies.
St John Medical Alarms keep seniors and people living with disabilities independent, and a new partnership with a community care provider is doing the same for people living at home with dementia.
St John in Schools teaches pre-school and primary school children to be confident and capable in an emergency.
For over a century, St John has responded to people in need without prejudice and with skill and empathy.