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St John Ambulance WA’s 2013/14 Annual Report shows continued improvement in response times against the backdrop of greater demand for ambulance services.
St John Ambulance Chef Executive Officer Tony Ahern said the report, released today, outlined another successful year.
“West Australians can be confident that St John continues to deliver a world class ambulance service,” he said.
“Our strong performance across the business is a testament to the hard work of staff and volunteers.”
There were 255,274 attendances in WA in the year to June 30, 2014, up from 252,640 in 2012/13.
Mr Ahern said an improvement in response times was particularly pleasing.
“Not only did we have more ambulance attendances but our response times improved for all our incident categories, covering emergency to non-urgent,” he said.
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