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India: 24 Hours Emergency Medical Service Begins at Dist. Hospital


Ujjain: As per the directives issued by State Government, 24 hours emergency medical service was kicked off at district hospital from Thursday. Patients will have benefits of this service as the service remained available only for 19 hours earlier. Emergency medical service is made available for patients for 24 hours at district hospital from May 1 on the directives of State government. Outdoor will remain open for 24 hours and medical treatment will be provided to patients in emergency. The service had been in effect in district hospitals across the State since 1992. After the order was issued by State government, Civil Surgeon CD Sharma en
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India: Uttarakhand Govt Set-up Medical Facilities at Kedarnath


Dehradun: The Uttarakhand government has made elaborate medical arrangements for pilgrims visiting the Kedarnath shrine, which reopened on May 04 Sunday. During last year's flash floods, the state-owned dispensary was severely damaged, because of which the health department decided to set up a make-shift medical camp. "At Sonprayag, the starting point of the yatra, we are conducting complete check-ups of the pilgrims before allowing them to go ahead," said health department director general GS Joshi. Oxygen cylinders have been arranged at every 2 kilometres between Sonprayag and Kedarnath. "We have kept oxygen cylinders for pilgrims com
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India: Central Railway Seek Better Ambulances


India   Mumbai : The Central Railway (CR) which is being criticised for the delay in providing first aid treatment for the accident victims have asked for better ambulance services. Sunil Kumar Sood said, “In any given situation the Medical Relief Van is like to take 2 hours to reach the accident spot. The relief van cannot live without doctors and are attached to a main railway hospital.” The railway officials said, “There is a need for better ambulances which can ferry eight to ten patients at a time with proper ventilation facility. These patients can be taken to hospitals directly other than taking to prima
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India: Draft State Plan for Disaster Management by Year-End for Kerala


 By next year, the administrative machinery in the State may be better prepared to handle crisis response and calamity relief operations. The State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) has initiated steps to complete the draft State plan for disaster management by this year end. District Collectors have been directed to revise the District Disaster Management Plans (DDMPs) and prepare operational plans. Plan preparations are on in Palakkad, Ernakulam, Thiruvananthapuram, Alappuzha, and Kottayam.
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India: Red Cross Society to Train 5,000 Volunteers


Nashik: The city unit of the Red Cross Society will train 5,000 volunteers for the forthcoming Kumbh mela on disaster management and first-aid, with the assistance of a Mumbai-based non-governmental organization (NGO). They are planning to set up a health unit and will be making their sole ambulance available in case of an emergency. "We have communicated with the Sadichha Foundation of Mumbai, which will be training volunteers in Nashik on disaster management and first-aid. We are planning to train 5,000 such volunteers before the Kumbh Mela. During Kumbh, we would like to set up a health unit in one of the prime locations of activity, alo
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