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101,000calls for help

150skilled paramedics

6replacement ambulances needed every year

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Every year, we provide services and support to almost 500,000 people across the Greater Wellington and Wairarapa region. Our ambulance and paramedic services are free, because we believe that in an emergency people should get the help they need without worrying about the cost. 


Everyday essentials

  • can go towards collars to protect a patient's spine.


Helpful equipment

  • could help buy us a manual ventilator to assist with breathing


Pain relief

  • pays for things like medication to relieve someone in severe pain

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Each week on average four people suffer a cardiac arrest somewhere in Greater Wellington and Wairarapa. The chances of someone surviving cardiac arrest go up hugely when bystanders get straight into administering CPR, and keep on doing it until help arrives. Find out how you can learn CPR ›

Electronic Patient Referral Form (ePRF)

Wellington Free Ambulance is moving from paper to electronic patient records from March 2018. This change brings with it improved data quality and patient care.It is a step towards information sharing between health services which over time will mean one record, one story, and joined up care plans. See more details.  ›

One-of-a-Kindness Fundraising Gala

Join us on Saturday 25 November at the TSB Bank Arena for the One-of-a-Kindness fundraising gala, an unmissable event celebrating 90 years of Wellington Free Ambulance. Book your tickets ›