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India: Two Green Corridors for Water Ambulance Patients

Varanasi: Two green corridors will be built in Benaras for immediate treatment of water ambulance patients. This has been agreed between the police, the NDRF and the Health Department. From the front ghat and the Assigital to the BHU Trauma Center and the Sir Sunderlal Hospital (BHU) will be the Green Corridor. NDRF will contact the police on arrival of the patient and the traffic will be diverted or stopped for a while on that route. 

Nepal: MoH Proposes Free Treatment for People Injured in Road Accidents

Kathmandu: The Ministry of Health has proposed to provide free treatment to people injured in accidents across the country. The next Cabinet meeting is likely to discuss the proposal.\r\nThe ministry is also planning to provide emergency ambulance services for accident victims.\r\n“We have realised that medical practitioners cannot reach the spot immediately after accident to provide medical care to the victims. Those injured in accidents are dying due to lack of immediate health care. To save lives we have planned pre-hospital care for people injured in accidents,” said Dr Bholaram Shrestha, chief of the Curative Service Division

Philippines: VRP Medical Center now a World Class Hospital

Victor R Potenciano Medical Center or simply VRP Medical Center is now a world class medical institution with its resurgence. The expansion and improvement of the hospital is almost complete. Some of these notable improvements include the inauguration of the Nuclear Medicine Department, renovation of the Emergency Rooms, which houses additional adult and pedia beds, isolation rooms, ER laboratory and Trauma room. It also opened recently its Integrative Medicine Department which effectively combines the healing powers of both traditional and new medicine.

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