Marine ambulance called to pick up patient today (01.04.20)
The St John marine ambulance was sent to Sark this morning at the request of the Sark doctor, for a female patient with a medical condition requiring further treatment in Guernsey.
A paramedic-led medical team from the Emergency Ambulance Service together with a volunteer boat crew left St Peter Port harbour on the Flying Christine III at approximately 10am.
The Flying Christine was met in Sark by the Sark Ambulance and the patient was transferred onto the vessel for the journey to St Peter Port. The patient was assessed and monitored during the return journey.
The Flying Christine arrived back in St Peter Port harbour at just after 1115am and the casualty was transferred to a waiting road ambulance and onto the Emergency Department of the PEH.
St John Ambulance Guernsey would like to thank the volunteer boat crew who gave their time to assist with this incident and the clinicians who attended this case.