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Philippines: Medical Airlifts Take Off in Mimaropa


Critical patients and emergency cases can now be transported by air to the nearest health facility through the air ambulance program which was formally launched on 16 March by the Department of Health headquarters in the Mimaropa region.\r\nRegional Director Eduardo C Janairo said two aircrafts—a Cessna 206 airplane and a Robinson R44 Helicopter—will be provided by the Philippine Adventist Medical Aviation Services Inc. to serve as air ambulances. PAMAS is a faith-based, volunteer-driven organization that spreads the Gospel to the Philippines through the use of an aviation and medical ministry. PAMAS is a non-stock, non-profit cor
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Philippines: Air Ambulance Launched for Remote Philippine Areas


Manila: The Philippine government has launched an air ambulance service for patients requiring immediate medical attention in remote areas of the country.\r\nAccording to the Department of Health, patients in island communities and remote areas of the MIMAROPA region (Oriental/Occidental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan) can now avail air ambulance services.
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Philippines: QC Opens Animal Bite Treatment Center in Batasan


Quezon City: Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista recently opened a satellite animal bite treatment center in Barangay Batasan Hills.\r\nThe newly-inaugurated center now brings to you the number of animal bite facilities maintained by the QC government. The other animal bite center is located at QC Hall. The Batasan animal bite treatment center provides at least 4 free post-exposure treatments to animal bite patients.
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Philippines: Red Cross has Ship for Medical Emergencies, Disaster Response


The Philippine Red Cross (PRC) has welcomed the newest and biggest member of its family: A 195-foot military-type ship that the humanitarian group will use in medical emergencies and disaster response.\r\nPRC plans to use the ship as rapid transport and landing vessel for Red Cross’s emergency units. It will also serve as relief supply transport ship, medical facility deployment ship, sea rescue and mass evacuation vessel, humanitarian logistics ship, mobile operations command post, and humanitarian education and training ship.
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Philippines: MMDA to Motorists: Give Way to Emergency Vehicles


Manila: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) appealed to motorists to give way to fire trucks, ambulances and other emergency vehicles traversing along designated lanes for them along Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA).\r\nThe special “fire lane” is on EDSA’s fourth lane from the right sidewalk, also designated motorcycle lane. Bong Nebrija, MMDA Supervising Operations Officer, said it is important for people to give way to emergency vehicles such as fire trucks to get through traffic.
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