The ambulance didn’t come for an hour, the woman kept moaning

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Mainpuri. The cancer victim, who was referred from the county hospital on Friday, was not given an ambulance for an hour. She moaned on the stretcher for an hour. After the intervention of the CMS, he could be taken to the Medical College Saifai by ambulance.
The 65-year-old wife of Jageshwar Singh, a resident of Nagla Penth village in Bewar, Sanjeevani Devi, has cancer. The family took him to the county hospital at 11:30 p.m. on Friday. From there, he was referred to Saifai Medical College at 11:40 a.m. The woman’s family members called the ambulance 108 several times and took the patient off the bed on a stretcher and came out onto the porch.
The doctor was also spoken to Lucknow twice under 108 services. Still no ambulance was found. Meanwhile, CMS Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg arrived to assess the emergency. He inquired after seeing the woman lying on the stretcher. He then phoned DC Ambulance and ordered an ambulance to be called immediately. At around 12.44 p.m., the woman was able to get an ambulance.
woman with cancer
There is no cancer treatment in the county. The condition of the woman is also critical. Therefore, he was referred to Saifai Medical College. Family members were also concerned about the deteriorating condition.
All of the county’s 108 service ambulances were busy at the time, so the woman was unable to get an ambulance. In response to the call from CMS, the ambulance service sent the woman to the medical college in five minutes.
Vijay Pratap, District Program Manager, Ambulance Services
The woman was referred to medical school. On duty, the woman’s ambulance could not be available in time. When the information was given, an ambulance was made available after consultation with the district program manager of the ambulance.
Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg, CMS
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Mainpuri. The cancer victim, who was referred from the county hospital on Friday, was not given an ambulance for an hour. She moaned on the stretcher for an hour. After the intervention of the CMS, he could be taken to the Medical College Saifai by ambulance.

The 65-year-old wife of Jageshwar Singh, a resident of Nagla Penth village in Bewar, Sanjeevani Devi, has cancer. The family took him to the county hospital at 11:30 p.m. on Friday. From there, he was referred to Saifai Medical College at 11:40 a.m. The woman’s family members called the ambulance 108 several times and took the patient off the bed on a stretcher and came out onto the porch.

The doctor was also spoken to Lucknow twice under 108 services. Still no ambulance was found. Meanwhile, CMS Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg arrived to assess the emergency. He inquired after seeing the woman lying on the stretcher. He then phoned DC Ambulance and ordered an ambulance to be called immediately. At around 12.44 p.m., the woman was able to get an ambulance.

woman with cancer

There is no cancer treatment in the county. The condition of the woman is also critical. Therefore, he was referred to Saifai Medical College. Family members were also concerned about the deteriorating condition.

All of the county’s 108 service ambulances were busy at the time, so the woman was unable to get an ambulance. In response to the call from CMS, the ambulance service sent the woman to the medical college in five minutes.

Vijay Pratap, District Program Manager, Ambulance Services

The woman was referred to medical school. On duty, the woman’s ambulance could not be available in time. Upon receipt of information, an ambulance was made available after consulting the district program manager of the ambulance.

Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg, CMS

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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