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India: Strike by 108 Ambulance Workers Over But Issues Remain - Punjab


Chandigarh: The flash strike by workers of Emergency ambulance service 108 on June 24 Monday may have been resolved for the time-being but the issues raised by the employees continue to linger on. The strike seriously affected Emergency services throughout the state, putting patients and their attendants through a lot of inconvenience. The employees of the service argue that the 108 emergency ambulance service is a multi- crore business venture and costs the Union and state governments a whopping Rs 28 crore every year. This means that Rs 7.67 lakh is being spent per day on running this service for the people of
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India: GVK EMRI Signs MoU with Rajasthan Gov. to Run "108 Emergency Response Service"


Jaipur: With one of the greatest sense of moral responsibility the noble movement called "Saving Life", GVK EMRl has signed MoU to run the "108 Emergency Response Service" on 23rd May, 2013 in Jaipur under Public-Private Partnership with the Government of Rajasthan. Having started operation with barely 15 ambulances in Andhra Pradesh, GVK EMRI now will be operating in 13 states and 2 Union territories including Rajasthan covering 70 crore population of the country. The agreement with Government of Rajasthan today to run "108 Emergency Response Service" was signed by Shri Subodh Satyawadi, Chief Executive Officer, GVK EMRI whereas Shri Deepak
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India: New Delhi Police Vehicles to be Casualty Ready


The Delhi Police are planning to install stretchers in over 800 patrolling vans that they are going to procure in a month. The back seat of the vehicles will be converted into a stretcher so that victims can be shifted to hospitals easily. “We are the first one to reach to the spot and we cannot wait for the ambulance to take the victim to a hospital. It is a matter of life and death. The current PCR vans don’t have space for an accident victim to lie down before being shifted to a hospital,” said a senior police officer.
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India: Odisha CM Launched 108 Emergency Ambulance Service in Dhenkanal


Dhenkanal: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Pattnaik June 27 launched 108 Emergency Service ambulance under the Oidsha Emergency Medical Ambulance Service (OEMAS) Project. Mr. Pattnaik dedicated 9 nos of ambulance for the people of Dhenkanal district.  Mr. Pattnaik also laid foundation stone for the construction of 300 bedded district hospital in Dhenkanal.  The state-wide modern emergency ambulance service was launched in Dhenkanal in collaboration with  Mumbai based Ziqitza Health Care Ltd.  Earlier this emergency service was launched in Khurda, Koraput, Ganjam, Cuttack , Jajpur , Puri, Rayagada and Bhadrak .
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India: 1,000 Ambulances for Women, Infants


Lucknow: The state cabinet on June 27 Thursday cleared the proposal to start 102 ambulance service for pregnant women, newborns and new mothers. Under the service, a fleet of 1000 ambulances will be made available for women and newborns in times of need. The ambulances would be stationed at the block level and can be availed through a centralised toll free number 102. The 102 ambulance service would mark the second phase of the Samajwadi Ambulance Sewa. In the first phase, launched last year, 972 ambulances were provided to all districts. With the addition of 1,000 ambulances, the second phase of the project would also s
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