GoodSAM Responder 12+

Tasking/Alerting/Dispatching

GoodSAM

    • Free

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Description

The GoodSAM Responder App is a professional deployment system used by Emergency Services around the world and the National Health Service in the UK.

GoodSAM provides a range of solutions connecting those with specific skill sets to those in need, for example:

- GoodSAM Cardiac: This system is used by ambulance services to alert those trained in resuscitation (e.g. off duty paramedics, nurses, doctors, police and fire staff) to those nearby who are likely to be in cardiac arrest. This system has saved many lives around the world.

- GoodSAM Volunteer Response: GoodSAM is a platform used by the NHS and 3rd sector organisation such as the Royal Voluntary Service and British Red Cross to deploy volunteers to those in need. At the current time this is coordinating the 750,000 NHS Volunteers to help those isolated in the Coronavirus crisis.

- GoodSAM Pro: This is a professional dispatch system for community first responders and the emergency services.


The App utilises the latest in location technology and has many advanced features including a built in “radio” (Buzz) function so you can communicate with surrounding colleagues.

The GoodSAM platform has saved hundreds of lives and helped many thousands of people around the world. If you can help your community, please download the App and register under your parent organisation (or get your parent organisation on board if they are not on!).

Visit www.goodsamapp.org for more information.

Please download the App and join our global community.

Our Apps rely on location services for navigation and position updates. Please note continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 12.4

- Minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
283 Ratings

283 Ratings

St. John Ambulance ,

Excellent app to save someone’s life

As a St. John volunteer good to have GoodSAM on my phone as a first responder I’ve been to many cardiac arrest response while providing lifesaving chest compression waiting for paramedics to arrive.

HAST3000 ,

Local Requirements

The app is ok, however the creators need to work more closely with the relevant authorities within the jurisdiction so that irrelevant options are not available to users.

For example in the App update there is now an option for Naloxone and Epipen.
Both of these are not allowed to be used by GoodSam responders in Victoria, Australia.
Therefore why have it on our app?

qhfgfzhxbzh ,

Can't register

The app may be fantastic I have no idea as it won't allow me to get past the registration page I keep putting in my details and when I go to put in the date of my license expiry it reverts to the previous question and changes my professional to a paramedic and won't let me proceed without my paramedic registration which I don't have because I'm not a paramedic! I would love to help but I can't get past the registration.

App Privacy

The developer, GoodSAM, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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