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Philippines: Army to get 23 Humvee Ambulances


Manila: The Philippine Army will receive 23 M1152 Humvee ambulances on 26 January to address the immediate medical needs of wounded troops on the battlefield prior to their transfer to medical facilities.\r\nA total of 30 Humvee ambulances were procured under the Philippine Defense Reform Program to enhance the Forward Health Service Support System of the Philippine Army. The remaining seven units are expected to be delivered next month.
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Philippines: Propesyunalisasyonng Emergency Care


PROMOTE Senator JinggoyEjercito Estrada, Senate Bill 686 (Emergency Care Act) or ensuring an immediate and effective response to the needs of the people or patients who met the \"life-threatening condition or health crisis usually under high-stress conditions.\"\r\nAniya, “Although the specialty is practiced primarily in emergency facilities, it includes broad responsibilities relating to community disaster preparedness and emergency medical services (EMS) systems which are intricately intertwined.”
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Philippines: Pangasinan to Buy New Emergency, Rescue Vehicles


Lingayen, Pangasinan: The provincial government here will soon acquire vehicles to enhance Pangasinan\'s emergency response-system.\r\nThe Sangguniang Panlalawigan authorized Governor Amado Espino, Jr. to purchase three brand new vehicles to be utilized for search, rescue and response operations of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (PDRRMO) - Water Search and Rescue (WASAR).
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Philippines: Capiz emergency responders to undergo training


Roxas City, Capiz: Emergency responders from Capiz will undergo a training for trainers on basic life support. Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officer Esperedion Pelaez disclosed that the Department of Health-Central Office will be holding a trainers’ training on Basic Life Support for selected members of the Capiz Emergency Response Team, PDRRMO staff, and personnel from the Bureau of Fire Protection, Philippine National Police, Philippine Coast Guard and DOH-Capiz. He said that a total of 25 personnel will be participating in said training which is set on March 9 to 13 here.
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Philippines: 2 City-Owned Hospitals Get New Ambulances


The Lapu-Lapu City Government turned over an ambulance each to 2 City-owned hospitals on April 14. The City spent around P1.8 million for the two Mitsubishi L300 vehicles, which will be used by the City Hospital in the mainland and the Sta. Rosa Community Hospital in Olango Island.Dr. Bolivar Miñoza, head of the City Hospital, said that they had to rely on the fire department and private organizations to transport patients.  “Our existing ambulance, which is 10 years old, is no longer in running condition. When we asked the mayor to give us a new one, she  immediately gave us one,” he told on April 14.Each vehicle
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