The hardworking medical staff of St Johns Ambulance celebrated the Pre- Independence on the 14th of September for the Nation’s 48th Independence to prepare for duty on 16th September.
Last year St Johns Ambulance responded to 290 emergency cases and hopes to be more prepared but at a lesser rate.
St Johns Ambulance establishment for 66 years since 1975 has maintained its obligation to provide the high quality of medical attention to those who require it most, tirelessly working with experienced professional paramedics, doctors, nurses, and operations centre and support staff.
Papua New Guinea St John Ambulance Chief Executive officer Mr. Matt Cannon stressed on the significant milestone in PNG history symbolizing our unity, diversity, and resilience as a nation.
Canon stressed the importance of responsible celebration for all.
“While celebrating, please don’t drink and drive, prepare for emergencies including keeping hydrated with water, respect others and the environment from destroying or littering and try to keep a look out for fellow vulnerable citizens.”
“On behalf of the St Johns Ambulance and its men and women I would like to congratulate the PNG Government and the proud people of Papua New Guinea on our 48th anniversary of Independence.”
St Johns Ambulance reaffirms their committed obligation to performing the highest quality of medical emergency treatment that they can for any challenging circumstances.
“If you need or witness your fellow citizen in any medical emergency crisis, don’t hesitate to contact St Johns Ambulance emergency Service on the toll-free 111. Your initiative can save lives.”