Need for improvement in the ambulance service – Need for improvement in the ambulance service

Saharanpur ambulances are accelerating to take other serious patients and pregnant women to the hospital along with corona infected people. Even so, there are allegations of not getting the ambulance on time. In such a situation, the ambulance response time needs to be improved. However, the response time of the ambulance in the district is said to be better.
The medical department has a total of 65 state ambulances in the district. This includes 29 ambulances 102 that take pregnant women to a government hospital and leave home after they are released. There are 33 general patient ambulances 108 in operation. There are three ALS (Advanced Life Security) ambulances. Patients must dial the number 102 or 108 of the mentioned trains. The question is how often do ambulances reach the patient. Rescue service in charge, Neetu Singh, said the response time of 108 ambulances in Saharanpur is 13-14 minutes and the response time of 102 ambulances is nine minutes. It’s better than most counties.
No immediate ambulance service
Many doctors also complain about not getting to the ambulance on time. Four days ago, the Nanauta resident took the woman to Government Medical College in a private car. At the same time, many patients are forced to go to the hospital in a private ambulance or vehicle.
At the same time, more than 125 patients are admitted to the emergency department of the SBD district hospital every day. Many of these coronas are infected and need to be sent to L-1, L-2, and L-3 hospitals immediately. This requires a fast ambulance. If this is not the case, the patient’s health will deteriorate. On behalf of the chief superintendent of the district hospital, Dr. Abha Verma also wrote a letter to the CMO asking for the system to be improved.
The demand for private ambulances increased
As the number of patients has increased, so has the demand for private ambulances. A number of private ambulances can be seen around the district hospital. People also prefer private ambulances in case of emergency.
An ambulance with 10 to 15 patients
There are 65 state ambulances in the district. The need for ambulances increased during the Corona period. Each ambulance takes 10 to 15 patients to the hospital every day. 600 to 800 patients are transported from here to there every day.
If the ambulance is called directly, it will take no more than 14 minutes to reach the location. Often times, people don’t call ambulances directly and call CMOs or other doctors. Because of this, there are delays. – Neetu Singh, District Incharge, Ambulance Service

Saharanpur ambulances are accelerating to take other serious patients and pregnant women to the hospital along with corona infected people. Even so, there are allegations of not getting the ambulance on time. In such a situation, the ambulance response time needs to be improved. However, the response time of the ambulance in the district is said to be better.

The medical department has a total of 65 state ambulances in the district. This includes 29 ambulances 102 that take pregnant women to a government hospital and leave home after they are released. There are 33 general patient ambulances 108 in operation. There are three ALS (Advanced Life Security) ambulances. Patients must dial the number 102 or 108 of the mentioned trains. The question is how often do ambulances reach the patient. Rescue service in charge, Neetu Singh, said the response time of 108 ambulances in Saharanpur is 13-14 minutes and the response time of 102 ambulances is nine minutes. It’s better than most counties.

No immediate ambulance service

Many doctors also complain about not getting to the ambulance on time. Four days ago, the Nanauta resident took the woman to Government Medical College in a private car. At the same time, many patients are forced to go to the hospital in a private ambulance or vehicle.

At the same time, more than 125 patients are admitted to the emergency department of the SBD district hospital every day. Many of these coronas are infected and need to be sent to L-1, L-2, and L-3 hospitals immediately. This requires a fast ambulance. If this is not the case, the patient’s health will deteriorate. On behalf of the chief superintendent of the district hospital, Dr. Abha Verma also wrote a letter to the CMO asking for the system to be improved.

The demand for private ambulances increased

As the number of patients has increased, so has the demand for private ambulances. A number of private ambulances can be seen around the district hospital. People also prefer private ambulances in case of emergency.

An ambulance with 10 to 15 patients

There are 65 state ambulances in the district. The need for ambulances increased during the Corona period. Each ambulance takes 10 to 15 patients to the hospital every day. In this way, 600 to 800 patients are transported from here to there every day.

If the ambulance is called directly, it will take no more than 14 minutes to reach the location. Often times, people don’t call ambulances directly and call CMOs or other doctors. Because of this, there are delays. – Neetu Singh, District Incharge, Ambulance Service

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