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Indonesia: Government Dumai Ambulance Auxiliary Floating on the River Nine


Riauterkini-Dumai: Dumai City Government seems more serious to make improvements in the field of health facilities in the suburbs. The proof is that its local Health Department is distributing aid in the form of a floating ambulance for the community in Batu tritip in River District Nine. Head Diskes Paisal Dumai, said that all of these are forms of government\'s commitment to meet the needs of rural community’s desired expectations. Therefore, the government responds to complaints and hope that with the floating ambulance help make it happen. \"Seeing Stone Barnacle difficult area if reached by landline force people to take the path of
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Indonesia: Place Ambulance at 5 Point


Lubuklinggau: Health Office (DHO) will decrease the ambulance vehicle to be placed on the 5 point spread health posts circumference road from Lubuklinggau-Mura, Lubuklinggau-Curup, and Lubuklinggau-Muratar. Lubuklinggau Chief Health Office, Akib Nawawi explains the ambulance as the previous year placed a week before Eid. Including by placing a medical team, in which each post placed 4 health workers. 
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Indonesia: Accidents in the Route of Anticipation, 1,033 Ambulance Prepared


Skalanews: In anticipation of an accident in the route, a total of 1,033 government-owned ambulance units stationed at a number of points in East Java face the current and forth through 2015. \"1,033 ambulance was still owned by the government. If the plus private property, many more,\" said Head East Java Provincial Health Office Harsono on Thursday(July 09). The Ambulance will be distributed in several integrated zip or post Lebaran, health centers, referral hospitals and weigh stations scattered throughout the track homecoming. The entire fleet, he said, will operate starting 7 days before Lebaran H or H-7 to H + 7 or a week after Eid.&nbs
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Indonesia: Indonesian Hospital Speeds-up Emergency Response with Alerting Technology


RK. Charitas Hospital, the oldest hospital in Palembang, Indonesia, has enhanced its hospital communications and patient care alerting to speed up response to time-critical patient situations.\r\nWith emergency call buttons located throughout the hospital, caregivers simply push a button and the Spok clinical alerting solution sends a notification to the appropriate staff member’s pager.
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Indonesia: Balikpapan Pilot Project Emergency Call 112


Balikpapan: Balikpapan appointed along with 9 other cities in Indonesia to be a pilot project for the implementation of the application of the emergency telephone line services from the public. An emergency service in line with the emergency call number 911 in United Stateswill be started. It will provide similar services,through emergency call number 112, in Indonesia. 
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