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Japan: Flying Doctors on Standby for Emergencies in Japan

Saga: A turboprop is on standby at Saga Airport here to fly doctors to disaster sites anywhere in Japan or across Asia at a moment\'s notice.\r\nModeled somewhat on the \"flying doctors\" service that operates in the vast Australian Outback, the “Flying Emergency Team with Doctors” is the brainchild of the Asia Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management Japan (A-PAD Japan), a nonprofit organization based in this southwestern prefectural capital.

Malaysia: More Clinics May be Built in Shopping Malls, Says Subramaniam

The government has not ruled out the possibility of building more health clinics at commercial premises like shop lots or shopping malls to provide convenient health care services to the people.\r\nHealth Minister Dr S Subramaniam said such locations would provide easy access to people seeking treatment, especially those living far from health clinics. The government has also taken into account factors like the cost of land which is increasing rapidly, especially in towns and cities.

Nepal: ‘Hello Doctor’ Online Medical Service Launched

Kathmandu: Everest Link Pvt Ltd has officially launched ‘Hello Doctor’ online medical service. Organizing a program at Namche Bazaar on Sunday (12 November), the company launched ‘Hello Doctor’ emergency medical service for trekkers and mountaineers in the Everest region. 

Nepal: DOH Hospitals on Code Blue Alert for ASEAN Summit

Manila: Metro Manila, Central Luzon, and Calabarzon hospitals operated by the Department of Health (DOH) are now on Code Blue Alert for the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit this week, the DOH announced yesterday (11 November).\r\nHealth Undersecretary Herminigildo Valle said they are raising the Code Blue Alert in all DOH hospitals in Metro Manila as well as in Central Luzon and Calabarzon. The hospitals will remain on Code Blue until Wednesday (15 November).

Pakistan: Online Monitoring to Improve Working of Emergency, ICUs at Teaching Hospitals

Lahore: Specialised Healthcare and Medical Education (SH&ME) Secretary Najam Ahmed Shah said Tuesday (14 November) that online monitoring system for ventilators in the teaching hospitals and specialised healthcare institutions have been introduced to ensure availability, functioning and rationale use of the ventilators for ensuring timely provision of this equipment to deserving patients. He said that the system would further improve the quality of emergency and intensive care unit services in the province.
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