Our ambulance services

Our ambulance services provide essential A&E support, event services support, patient transport, bariatric services, and repatriation.

Each year we transport over 100,000 people needing emergency and non-emergency care.

What you'll get up to

As an ambulance services volunteer, you’ll be responsible for transporting, assessing, and attending to patients in our care.

If you care about ensuring patients are kept safe, reassured, and comfortable in a demanding environment, we’d love to have you on our team.


St John Ambulance team transporting patient

Roles in this category include:

Emergency Ambulance Crew

As an Emergency Ambulance Crew, you will be responsible for responding to emergency and non-emergency situations as well as transporting both walking and non-walking patients.

Minimum time commitment:

20 hours per month, mainly evenings and weekends.

Experience needed:

To apply for this role, you’ll need to be physically fit and hold a IHCD D1 & D2 / ROSPA / IAM / Level 3 CERAD qualification or be able to undertake this training.

Join the team that saves lives

Find out which roles are available where you live or nearby, and start your journey in to volunteering