SERVICE FOR ALL MANKIND
Non Governmental Organisation
Non-religious and non-profit voluntary organisation
St. John Ambulance of Malaysia (Malay: St. John Ambulans Malaysia, Abbreviation: SJAM) is a self-funding, non-profit, voluntary organisation, dedicated to the works of humanity and charity.
With close to a 1,500 voluntary members in the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, SJAM WP strives to serve the rakyat with our motto, "Pro Utilitate Hominum – for the Service of Mankind".
These volunteers are mainly seen in public sport events, festivals, parades as well as disasters such as road accidents, floods, fires, landslides, collapsed buildings, explosion sites and other calamities.
Our Leadership Team
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His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Musta’in Billah
Yang Berhormat Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Annuar Musad, Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan
Dr. Haji Muhd Siv Azhar Merican Abdullah
We are one the few states under St John Ambulance of Malaysia that manages FREE 24-hours Emergency Ambulance service for the public. Our Emergency Medical Assistance Services (EMAS) forms part of the Emergency Ambulance Service supporting the Ministry of Health public hospitals along with Malaysian Red Crescent Society and Angkatan Perkhidmatan Awam under the auspices of MECC linked 999 call centre. The service began in September 1998, hence the rich experience of our crew. We have improved our staff capacity from volunteers to paid Nurses, Medical Assistants and Paramedics.
EMERGENCY AMBULANCE ASSISTANCE SERVICES (EMAS)
The name "EMAS" also happens to have a meaning in the local Bahasa Malaysia language i.e. Gold, emphasising the Golden Hours in the field of pre-hospital emergency care. The department is also proud to be the first emergency ambulance service in Malaysia to achieve the ISO 9002 on September 1st 2000.
EMAS responds to motor vehicle accidents (MVA) and medical emergencies at home. We sometimes do receive direct calls from the public. We work closely with the Polis DiRaja Malaysia as well as the Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Malaysia assisting them in disasters and emergency operations.
Pioneer team in the department
Air Ambulance (Medicair)
We provide a dedicated point to point air ambulance service with a devoted focus on quality care and safety.
We make getting help stress-free for Individuals who are ill. People needing emergency services while abroad can also rely on our air ambulance team of emergency doctors and specialist. Our coordination center can arrange to get you help anywhere in Klang Valley.
Also available services
First Aid Program
First Aid for Indivuidual, corporate and Industry
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Advantages of Donation/Sponsorship
Donate to us! – And get a Tax Exemption receipt. St John Ambulance of Malaysia (“SJAM”) is an approved organisation under Section 44(6) of Income Tax Act 1967, hence cash donations to SJAM qualify for tax exemption. Individuals are entitled to a tax exemption up to 7% of his/her aggregate income in the relevant year, whereas companies may claim a tax exemption of up to 10% of its aggregate income for the cash donations made to us.
There is no minimum amount of donation in order to be eligible for tax-exemption.
You are free to donate as much or as little an amount and still be entitled to a tax-exemption receipt. Nevertheless, there are administrative expenses that are incidental to the issuance of tax-exemption receipt that we have to incur, as such we request for your consideration on the appropriate amount should you wish to claim for tax-exemption.
Individual allowed to deduct 7% and company is 10% of the aggregate income
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Recently, the pandemic has seen to be more serious then ever before and the number of confirmed cases in Klang Valley has been increasing.
With each cases, especially Covid-19 patients, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) will be part of our defense against the virus and a protection for the team.
Therefore, we are now reaching out to the public for assistance to ensure that we are able to continue to serve the community.
Any type donations will help a lot to our ambulance service.
Regional First Aid and Home Nursing Competition is one of the most important annual events. It is to standardize the first aid skills of members from different divisions at the same time further upgrade their skills to higher level.The competition will test the teams on foot-drill, first-aid skills, teamwork, works allocation and leadership. Only the best team in all these categories will emerge as champion and represent Region in the National First Aid and Home Nursing Competition.
Regional First Aid & Home Nursing Competition
A division is to meet at least twice a month. Members are spending their time usually during the weekend or after their school time to have training such as First Aid, Caring for the Sick and Foot Drill as the extra co-curriculum activities. Members are trained to be the qualified first aider, who able to give a hand to casualty in order to manage injuries. Foot Drill training is organized occasionally to strengthen their discipline levels.
Divisional Instructional Meeting (DIM)
This course is designed for members of SJAM who shall be responsible for conducting training on First Aid for members, public and corporate bodies. It is compulsory for members who want to become Frist Aid Trainers. The course will provide the participants with the competency to impact first aid knowledge and skills effectively.
Training the Trainers (TTT)
Regional Review is an annual event involving all SJAM members, serving the purpose of inspecting all members, in terms of the correctness of uniform and efficiency of all members, by the highest-ranking personal. Members might be promoted or awarded with a higher ranking or the special awards among cadets which are Grand Prior Awards and 1000 hours Special Service Shield Awards.
A bi-annually event for cadet members to step out from their comfortable zone and make themselves to explore by having camping in the nature. Members are not only expected to learn to trust, respect, understand among each other yet also enjoy every single moment in the camp. Campfire and members are given a great opportunity to gather to build their teamwork.
Regional Cadet Camp (RCC)
One of the major yearly events for cadet members to change & perform better in their Cadet journey. Participants able to gain knowledges of outdoor activities and develop discipline among other divisions’ members in order to improve their own independent skills. Member will be taught on different topics/workshop from different speaker. Thus, they can experience what they can’t learn from the school life and able to implement effectively on divisional administrations/operations matter.
Cadet Leadership Development Seminar (CLDS)
The Advance First Aid Course is emphasises on skills and knowledge of basic and advanced first aid procedures. And is designed for members of SJAM who have prior first aid knowledge and skills, to offer refresher and impact advanced First Aid knowledge and skills for providing competent help and care to the ill and injured in the case of emergency. This course is also a requirement for SJAM members who intent to become first aid trainers.
Advanced First Aid (AFA)
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St. John Ambulance of Malaysia
No.41A, Jalan Shelley off Jalan Peel,
55100 Kuala Lumpur,
603 9285 2008
St. John Ambulans Malaysia Wilayah Persekutuan
603 9285 2008
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