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Jan Middlemiss
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  • Ngaruawahia
  • New Zealand
  • Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D
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Kiwi EMT left a comment for Jan Middlemiss
"Gidday Jan, Welcome to the JEMS family. I work for Wairarapa DHB Ambulance Service & I'm just completing my ILS, with just a few on-road cases left to complete. I also began as a St. John volunteer in 2000 and have gradually weasled my way…"
Dec 4, 2009
Jan Middlemiss is now a member of JEMS Connect - EMS Emergency Medical Services
Nov 25, 2009

Profile Information

Employer/Affiliation
Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D
Primary Agency/Department Type
Private EMS, Non-Profit
Primary Department/Agency Name
St John Midland Region New Zealand
Years in EMS/Public Safety
12
Other Past or Current Departments
Volunteer Service
My Training:
Has been undertaken over the past 12 years and started when I was a volunteer Ambulance Officer.
I have been Paramedic qualified for a little over 2yrs.
About Me
I am married and live with my husband on a rural lifestyle block.
My working life has been varied. Banking, Sharemilking, Dairy farm ownership, and now Paramedic.
Day Job
Fulltime paid Paramedic with St John Midland
I Love Being in EMS Because
Offers me the opportunity to truely make a difference (whether large or small) in someone else life on a daily basis.
Relationship Status
Married

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At 4:07pm on December 4, 2009, Kiwi EMT said…
Gidday Jan,
Welcome to the JEMS family. I work for Wairarapa DHB Ambulance Service & I'm just completing my ILS, with just a few on-road cases left to complete. I also began as a St. John volunteer in 2000 and have gradually weasled my way into a full-time front line job (despite always saying that I would NEVER do ambulance work as a career!). How busy do you get around Ngaruawahia? Our service is generally fairly quiet, but naturally when things get busy everything happens at once! We run two full time stations down here (Masterton and Greytown) but still use St. John volunteers to help us out on night shifts when they can find a crew. They are based out of Carterton, Featherston and Martinborough and crew from ambulances owned by their respective local communities. Just to confuse things even further, as well as having paid staff here, the DHB also has their own auxillary officers (many are also St. John volunteers).
Anyway, welcome.
Regards,
Lyndon.
 
 
 
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