St John Ambulance is synonymous with First Aid and other humanitarian services in Malaysia as well as all over the world.

As the leading First Aid organisation in Malaysia since 1908, the St John Ambulance of Malaysia (SJAM) has been rendering First Aid and Home Nursing services to the those that needs it the msot in almost all public and private events throughout the country.

With over 60,000 volunteers nationwide, their members have dedicated over 3.6 million man-hours annually in the service of mankind. These voluntary officers and members can be found on duty at all sporting events, festivals, parades and other functions big or small. They are ever ready to serve, come rain or shine, anytime of the year. They also assist in disasters like floods, fires, landslides not only in Malaysia but in other surrounding countries.

As a charitable organisation, the SJAM provides other community services such as haemodialysis centres, 24-hour emergency as well as non-emergency ambulance services, and Home Nursing Care for disabled people. Thanks to generous corporate bodies, SJAM is able to provide emergency First Aid services along the North-South Highway and the federal trunk roads during the Hari Raya Aidil Fitri and the Chinese New Year holidays.


Ambulance Service

Today, SJAM has the largest fleet of privately-owned ambulances in Malaysia with a 24-Hour Emergency Ambulance Service, and a Non-Emergency Ambulance Service. The Non-Emergency Ambulance Service is found in most major towns in Malaysia and is on standby during major events to provide first aid support to the public.

First Aid and First Aid Training

SJAM is the leading First Aid training provider in Malaysia. With a long history of First Aid training since 1908, SJAM provides comprehensive, complete and practical First Aid training to the public in the industrial sectors, offices, government departments, schools, and other institutions.

Haemodialysis Service

SJAM have been operating Haemodialyisis centres since 1993 to meet a growing need in the community for people experiencing serious problems with their kidneys. Kidney failure is often caused by diabetes and high blood pressure – two of the fastest growing non-communicable diseases. The Haemodialysis service is vital for filtering out the harmful substances in the blood when the kidney is unable to do so. Currently SJAM operate 17 dialysis centres nationwide with more than 230 dialysis machines and more than 450 dialysis patients under their care.

Community Service

From time to time, St John Ambulance members visit orphanages and elderly resident homes to spend time with these children and elderly people who often are overlooked by society. St John Ambulance members are also active in community services including gotong-royong (community cleaning), building bridges and clearing settlements.


St John Ambulance Malaysia
41 Jalan Shelley, off Jalan Peel
Kuala Lumpur

Tel: (603) 9285 1576
Email: [email protected]