What we do

We are the only emergency ambulance service in Greater Wellington and the Wairarapa, and the only ones in the country who are free.

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We are the only emergency ambulance service in Greater Wellington and the Wairarapa, and the only ones in the country who are free.

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Buy an AED


Buy an AED

AEDs save lives

  • In an emergency minutes matter.
  • Almost 1 in 4 cardiac arrests happen in public and performing good CPR increases the chance of survival. 
  • We know that when combined with the use of an AED, survival rates can increase up to 80%.

Buy an AED from Wellington Free Ambulance  

Helping in an emergency can be overwhelming. Having an easy-to-use AED will help you provide defibrillation until paramedics arrive, potentially saving a life.

We sell the Lifepak CR2. It has simple graphics, automated sensors and easy-to-follow voice prompts to guide users through the process.

AED with both adult and child mode

It is one of the only AEDs that has a child mode button which means it can be used for anyone over the age of 1 year old.  The Lifepak CR2 also allows chest compressions during rhythm analysis, which reduces the pauses between CPR and defibrillation. 

More CPR means improved blood circulation and better chance of survival.

Free onsite CPR and AED training with all purchases

The Lifepak CR2 comes with an eight-year warranty and we can also provide you with free onsite CPR and AED training through our Lloyd Morrison Foundation Heartbeat programme.

Signage and storage options, including AED cabinets

Along with AED installation, we can also supply various storage and signage options, from basic signage and stickers to AED cabinets, including external coded lockboxes and alarmed internal cabinets. We are happy to discuss your requirements and find an option that works best for you. 

Public Access AED

Public access AEDs give 24-hour, 7 day a week assurance that an AED is available to the people in your community.

These AEDs are kept in secure, alarmed lockboxes (AED cabinets) and are registered with the ambulance service. If a cardiac arrest happens nearby, the 111 call taker will give the caller the pin code to enable access to the closest AED.

Thanks to the generous support of the Lloyd Morrison Foundation the public access AEDs are maintained by Wellington Free Ambulance.


Please contact us to enquire about purchasing an AED for your workplace, school or community.  




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You Rights & More info


Your Rights

As our patient, and under the Health and Disability Commissioner’s Code of Rights, you have the right to:

  • Be treated with respect
  • Be fully informed
  • Freedom from discrimination, coercion, harassment and exploitation
  • dignity and independence
  • Services of an appropriate standard
  • Effective communication
  • Be fully informed
  • Make an informed choice and give informed consent
  • Support
  • Respect of teaching or research
  • Complain

If we don’t respect these, let us know and we’ll do everything we can to put it right.

Support in the process

If you need support or help with making a complaint, you can contact the office of the Health and Disability Commissioner and ask for an advocate.

0800 555 050


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