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Public Health Emergency Services
01-15-2014, 08:54 AM
Public Health Emergency Services
This system can be used as an application for the Medical service centers to manage the ambulance information as well as the immediate responses for needed people. The system also maintains the information of Patients.
Community-Based Planning:
Ambulance services must be represented in the planning processes at the local, state and federal level.

Personnel Protection & Safety:
All medics, including those who have the potential to respond in a mutual aid capacity, must have appropriate access to personal protective equipment, training, exercises and vaccines and antidotes.

The call center of Emergency Management and Research Institute took up the case and Geographical Information System (GIS) identified the exact location where the patient had collapsed.

When attending a call, the user check for the similar calls and search for the ambulance which is located to that area and ambulance is staffed by:

 One driver
 One helper
 One experienced paramedic
 One trained medical officer, if required

In briefly the ambulance possesses all equipment standardized to enable a flawless transfer of patient during interruption of drug therapy or monitoring.

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