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St. John Ambulance Ontario Council

Overview

Enabling everyone to improve their health safety and quality of life through training, education, resources, and service to the community.

 

​St. John Ambulance carries out its mission through first aid, and applied health and safety services.

Community Services volunteers serve communities across Canada, providing first aid and emergency response support, as well as improving the quality of life for people confined to a health care facility through our Therapy Dog visitation program.

 

Our volunteers contribute millions of hours to Canadian communities each year. First aid and applied health and safety training comprises instructors, volunteers and staff who provide high-quality first aid training and products.

 

Under the guidance of our network of medical and health care professionals, St. John Ambulance is the national leader, setting the standard for training in first aid, and applied health and safety skills.

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Full Organization Name

St. John's Ambulance Ontario Council

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Contact Information

Office Phone: 1.416.923.8411

24 Hour Phone: 1.800.249.8531

Address: 

15 Toronto Street, Suite 800

Toronto, Ontario

M5C 2E3

Contact Person

Clare Akintoye,

Director of Community Services

Email Address:

info.on@sja.ca

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Website

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Description of Organization

What we offer

St. John Ambulance has the capacity of providing the following services in times of disaster, public health crisis, or civil emergency:

  • Medical first response and health care support services

  • Heath-related screening and humanitarian support during public health emergencies (e.g. Pandemic, etc.)

  • At the request/authorization of civil authorities, assist with the transportation of ill, injured or vulnerable persons in support of the public ambulance system i.e., assist in the evacuation of hospitals and other health care facilities

  • Assist in the search for missing persons

  • Provide a wide range of psychosocial support to hospitals, seniors residences and care facilities, through St. John Ambulance’s Therapy Dog Program.

Location/Structure in Ontario: 

St. John Ambulance has a network of Branches and Medical First Responders Units located throughout Ontario.

Preparedness, Response, Recovery, Restoration

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Capacity: (Human and Material Resources)

During a disaster/emergency St. John Ambulance can provide Medical First Responder volunteers to assist and support communities.