Ambulance services are provided by the St John Emergency Ambulance Service. St John is a charity organisation depending on donations and subscriptions to provide services to islanders. Charges for ambulance services are payable by you as the patient if you do not have a valid subscription with St John or medical insurance that will cover any assistance you need.
Ambulances are operated by St John in Guernsey with vehicles, equipment and staff operating to the same standards as the National Health Service. Guernsey residents who do not pay to hold a subscription with St John can incur a charge for each response. If the patient does not have medical insurance, that cost will be payable directly by that individual.
Ambulances are provided by St John Emergency Ambulance Service on behalf of the States of Guernsey, through a contract with the Committee for Health & Social Care.
More information about the ambulance services provided by St John, their subscription packages and also the charges for ambulance services, can be found on the St John website available from this link.
In an emergency dial 999 or 112.