St John Ambulance Centres across the Northern Territory
Our centres are made up of a combination of Graduate Paramedics, Qualified Paramedics, Intensive Care Paramedics, Patient Transport Officers and Station Officers.
Given the large NT land area for a relatively small and remote population we work side by side with the aeromedical health transport services like the Royal Flying Doctor Service and CareFlight to provide emergency transport across the region. St John Ambulance emergency road transport is commonplace in remote areas especially at night or during bad weather when aircraft movement is restricted.
Named after Richard Morris and his ongoing commitment to the St John Ambulance Australia (NT) including over a quarter of a century of continuous service as Chairman of our Board of Directors from 1977 to 2000 this centre is staffed by one 24/7 emergency ambulance crew, one 24/7 patient transport crew and an 8 hour emergency ambulance crew from Monday to Friday.
As well as being an ambulance centre, the Head Office houses executive and administration staff, the Clinical Services department, the main volunteer office, community education, and training. For these areas the office hours are 8.00am to 4.30pm from Monday to Friday.
Casuarina Head Office
The St John Ambulance NT head office is the Richard Morris Ambulance Centre located at 50 Dripstone Rd, Casuarina.
Named after Richard Morris and his ongoing commitment to the St John Ambulance Australia (NT) including over a quarter of a century of continuous service as Chairman of our Board of Directors from 1977 to 2000, this centre is manned by one 24/7 crew, one 12 hour a day crew and an 8 hour crew from Monday to Friday.
As well as being an ambulance centre, the Head Office houses Executive and administration staff, the Clinical Governance and Educational Development Unit, the main volunteer office, community education, and training. For these areas the office hours are 8.00am to 4.30pm from Monday to Friday.
50 Dripstone Rd, Casuarina | 08 8922 6200
The hub for St John NT operations in Alice Springs is Telegraph Terrace (via Allchurch St). St John Ambulance NT provides 24/7 service to Alice Springs and surrounding communities through two 24/7 ambulance crews and one patient transport crew Monday to Friday from 3pm to 11pm.
As well as being the ambulance, communications centre and patient transport services in Central Australia, it is home to our local volunteer office, community education programs, training and sales.
Telegraph Terrace, via Allchurch St, Alice Springs | 08 8959 6600
St John Ambulance NT operates two communications centres in the Northern Territory. One is located in Alice Springs and the other at the Joint Emergency Services Communication Centre at the Peter McAulay Centre in Berrimah. This Berrimah Centre is one of a kind in Australia in that it houses police, fire, ambulance and emergency services in the one centre, and is hence called a Tri-Service Communications Centre.
We are available to receive emergency calls every hour of every day, every day of the year. Our experienced Communications Officers gather vital patient, location and situation information to provide emergency services and dispatch ambulances as quickly as possible.
Call 000 in an emergency
In Katherine we are located at a brand new facility located at Lot 3159 Chardon Street. From this centre we operate one 24/7 paramedic crew for the Katherine region.
For training, sales and volunteering in Katherine our office hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday (closed on public holidays).
Lot 3159 Chardon Street, Katherine NT 0850 | 08 8972 8500
St John Ambulance NT in Nhulunbuy is the smallest and most remote ambulance centre in the Northern Territory based at the Gove District Hospital. Paramedics working in this remote area must be able to work independently with a minimum of support services, and when available our local Nhulunbuy volunteers assist.
As part of our dedication to the NT community, our Nhulunbuy centre offers first aid sales and restocking, training (most months of the year) and volunteering. For general public enquiries (not emergencies) our Nhulunbuy office hours are 8.30am to 12 noon, Monday to Friday (except on public holidays).
Gove, District Hospital, Matthew Flinders Way (GDH) | 08 8987 0200
Our Palmerston ambulance centre is located within the Palmerston Health Precinct on the junction of Roystonia Avenue and Temple Terrace providing 24/7 emergency paramedics to Palmerton and rural areas.
We do offer first aid sales, training and volunteering in Palmerston, however, we don’t have an office in Palmerston therefore please contact us on the number below for general enquiries.
Roystonia Avenue and Temple Terrace | 1300 360 455
The Darwin ambulance centre on Ross Smith Street in Parap provides 24/7 paramedics to Darwin city and surrounding areas.
From this centre we offer first aid training and volunteer services but we don’t have an office for general enquiries, so instead please contact us on the number below.
57 Ross Smith Avenue | 1300 360 455
The Tennant Creek ambulance centre located on Windley St provides an on call crew available 24/7.
As part of our dedication to the NT community, in Tennant Creek we offer first aid sales and restocking, training and volunteering. For general public enquiries (not emergencies) our Tennant Creek office hours are 8.30am to 12 noon, Monday to Friday (except on public holidays).
Windley St, Tennant Creek NT 0860 | 08 8963 2800