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India: All Ambulances to be Part of Raksha Project: Collector


Kochi: District collector M G Rajamanickam ordered operators of all ambulances plying in Ernakulam to be part of the \'Raksha\' project which launched in August last year. As per the project all ambulances should install GPS and be part of the project.\r\nThe project envisages reducing the time taken by ambulances to reach the accident spot in short time. If one calls on the 102 toll free number, he will receive mobile number of the ambulance driver stationed nearby. The ambulance can reach the accident in a few minutes.
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India: Air Ambulance Launched in City of Indore


Indore: Now, critical patients can heave a sigh of relief as air ambulance service has launched in the city. An aviation company has launched this service and at least 7 patients used this service in 14 days.\r\nAir ambulance is a unique means of transporting a critical patient along with state-of-the-art emergency services right from one hospital to another in other city. The service was started here by Accretion Aviation from June 1. For the service, the company has deployed one helicopter and one aircraft.
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India: Ambulance Service by Waqf Board


New Delhi: In order to complement the government\'s efforts to promptly reach patients to hospitals, the Delhi Waqf Board will launch an ambulance service in areas with sizeable Muslim population.\r\n\"We have planned to initially start the service by launching five ambulances to help poor and needy people in the areas where minority community people live in large numbers,\" said Amantullah Khan, chairman of Board.
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India: Maharashtra Government Increases GMCH Trauma Centre Posts to 180


Nagpur: The Maharashtra government on Friday (June 10) cleared an additional 33 posts for the trauma centre at the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) taking the total number of posts to 180 from earlier sanctioned 147.\r\nThese posts, which include 136 regular ones from class I to III along with 11 senior resident doctors, were cleared by the state cabinet on May 31. These cabinet-sanctioned posts included professors, associate professors, assistant professors or lecturers, office superintendent, physiotherapist, medical social worker and nursing chief.
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India: Life-saver Chopper Ambulances May Get Green Light to Land Even on Roads


New Delhi: More lives may be saved in the golden hour after an accident as the government is working on an ambitious plan to allow helicopter ambulances to land anywhere near an accident spot — be it a national highway or a sports ground.\r\nThe Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has proposed allowing air ambulances, to be known as Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS), to land at accident and emergency sites without operational clearance. An inter-ministerial panel with officials from the Ministries of Home, Defence, Road Transport and Highways and Telecom, among others, will soon be formed to work out the modalities.
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