St John has been providing medical staff to industry, particularly remote and high risk worksites, for more than 17 years. Our brand is greatly respected in the community and attracts high calibre staff. We employ over 1,400 people in Western Australia and the breadth of our operations enables St John to supply industry with one of the largest ranges of in-house medical personnel in the country.
Primary care medical personnel
Our primary care medical personnel are Australian registered and suitably qualified. When they are not deployed to site they primarily work in our medical, dental and urgent care centres. Available professionals include but are not limited to:
- Medical practitioners
Ambulance care medical personnel
St John’s Ambulance Care medical staff range across 12 levels of qualifications from First Aiders to Critical Care Paramedics. The personnel most likely to be requested or deployed to remote or high risk operations include:
- Paramedic Special Operations – Critical Care
St John has held the government contract to provide helicopter paramedics for WA’s emergency rescue helicopters for many years. Our highest level of ambulance care staff – Critical Care Paramedics – are used in this role and in 2015/16 completed 656 missions.
- Industrial Ambulance Paramedics
- Industrial Paramedics
- Industrial Medics
- Ambulance Officers
Benefits of choosing St John Medical Staff
St John medical staff are supported by the extensive resources and expertise of St John Ambulance. When you choose St John to provide your medical personnel you benefit from:
- Depth of resources
- Security of supply
- Short and long term coverage
- Outsourcing options
- Professional indemnity
- World-class clinical governance
- Skill alignment with the WA health system
In addition to being highly trained, experienced professionals, St John’s medical team are also personable, compassionate people who live the St John motto “for the service of humanity”.
St John works closely with clients to facilitate their medical staff and medical service requirements. We have a large supply of staff to cover planned and unexpected leave, we are familiar with common on site needs and expectations and have a streamlined mobilisation process.
The number and type of medical personnel required on-site may change as a project evolves. See our guide.