- published: 10 Dec 2014
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A performance put up by DHSJAB for Dunman High School Year1 Orientation '11 for Uniformed Groups. Watch as a group of young St. John cadets calmly and professionally demonstrate manual carriages and stretcher drills, in the face of a mass-casualty situation. Shot using Nikon D90, with manual zoom and focus.
St. John Ambulance Children's Acute Transport Service Children's Intensive Care Ambulance Mercedes-Benz Sprinter responding in the Buckingham Palace area of Westminster, London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Recorded: May 2015 Published: 15th May 2015 Thankyou for watching! - CobraEmergencyVideos Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cobra999VidNPic General talk and media Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cobraemergencyphotos/ Emergency service photos Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CobraEmergency For photos, videos, other media and various facts/related info! For compilations of emergency vehicles responding, visit: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnAhJyL1opj5bk9XpfZNIhP7JSYfXZydZ -------------------------------------------------------------------...
Meet Chantelle, a patient transport service driver, and hear her tell you about the role and the qualifications needed. This film was developed by Health Education England as part of the 'Patient journey' teaching resources for schools and colleges. Find out more at https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/career-planning/offering-careers-IAG/teaching-resources/patient-journey-toolkit-teachers.
Being a Community Transport volunteer with St John, you will develop your first aid skills, communication skills as well as build confidence by allowing you to engage with a wide variety to people. Being part of a large team of community service volunteers will help you connect with other likeminded volunteers in the Perth area. As a community transport volunteer you will also form part of the Patient Transport Community Services team, a team that really makes a difference in thousands of people's lives each year. To find out more please visit: http://bit.ly/2nqz8vU
Jim Scheulen, Lifeline’s founder, reveals that even critically ill patients can expect safe and advanced transport at rates high above the national average. His guidance on emergency medicine: Build a foundation on exceptional people who are trained to improve patient care in all types of transportation. Learn more about the Johns Hopkins Lifeline Transportation Program: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/lifeline/index.html
This is the newer version of the video
Another beautiful day in St. John's Antigua. They drive on the left side of the road!! So wrong!!
Volvo V90 Patient transport from Lifeline Medics responding on Birdcage Walk and St John Ambulance Children's Acute Transport Service responding on Caledonian Road Check out Maclachlan Photography: Youtube - http://tinyurl.com/hefd4ee Twitter - https://twitter.com/MaclachlanPhoto Website - http://visualaspectstudios.wixsite.com/macphotography Visit my flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/123906401@N07/
Seen here is a very rare sight. St John's Ambulance service Mercedes Sprinter using two tone horns whilst being escorted by a British Transport Ford S-Max around Trafalgar Square late on a Saturday night!
A Children's intensive care ambulance also known as CATS (Children's accute transport service) of St John Ambulance responding in London. It is the first time I hear it with air operated hi-lo siren running. Ein Baby-Notarztwagen der St John Ambulance auf Alarmfahrt in London. by Dirk Steinhardt - http://www.rescue911.de - http://www.rescue-tube.com - London, England, United Kingdom - 01.2011 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rescue911.de Twitter: http://twitter.com/rescue911de Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/113378557970221685392/113378557970221685392/ Video clips of responding emergency vehicles - wwwrescue911de On this channel you will find video clips of emergency vehicles (fire/rescue, ambulance, police) from around the world responding to calls with their warning lights and si...