Welcome to

Frontline Ambulance Event Medics

What we do:-

  • To provide professional pre hospital medical services to those in need without distinction of race, culture, class or religion, making ambulance services more affordable and accessible for all in their time of need;
  • To provide consumers of health and disability services another choice of supplier as outlined in the Health and Disability Commissioner Act and it’s amendment’s;
  • To provide safe, affordable event medical services to clubs, schools, charities and other organisations during their activities with a focus on promoting general safety and well being for all involved;
  • To provide personalised ambulance transfers for those in need who cannot use existing public or private transport, due to disability, illness, or end of life journey. This can be for appointments, discharges, hospice treatment, respite care, rehabilitation, special events or transferring a patient to home and family;
  • To provide a service to the community in the event of any disaster or mass casualty event, or where other services require assistance.


Call Now: 0800 322 848

Email: info@frontlineambulance.kiwi.nz



Areas we currently cover events in:- Waikato, Taranaki, Wanganui. 
But we do travel outside these areas if required.

Some of the events we cover:-

  • Concerts, Music Festivals
  • Motocross, Trail rides
  • Motor Sport, Off road, Track, Rally
  • School events
  • Equestrian horse events
  • Sports events - Soccer, Rugby, Netball
  • Kids events
  • Water sports
  • Mountain biking
  • Public events, Corporate events

Frontline Ambulance Charitable Trust is a registered charity CC53429
By law (Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015) and moral obligation, organisers of an event need to ensure the safety and acute health needs of people participating and attending their event are cared for.

Event organisers are required to ensure people attending and impacted by their event are safe and that the event venue is secure. This requirement includes staff, participants, spectators, staff, volunteers, officials, media and the general public.

When adequate medical services are provided at events, emergency response time is minimised, ambulance call outs are reserved for those who really need them and emergency department admissions are reduced. It all adds up to a more successful event.

By having effective medical services at your event, you can ensure people get immediate medical attention if they need it.

Here are some facts

related to risk at events

  • Large crowds create the potential for injury and sudden illness
  • By their nature, sporting events have a risk of serious injury
  • Any event with alcohol has a higher risk of injury and acute types of illness
  • Weather has a major impact whether hot or cold
  • Certain types of events have much higher risk than others

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