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India: Haryana 100 will be Integrated with Fire, Ambulance Services

Chandigarh: “Haryana 100,” a Centralized Police Control Room equipped with 600 vehicles, CCTV management, software and hardware systems, will also be integrated with fire services, ambulance services, disaster management, women helpline, banking security for cash van tracking, and other intelligence inputs.\r\nThe foundation stone of the modern project, being set up over 2.6 acres at a cost of Rs 153 crore, was laid by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar at Panchkula, near here on Wednesday.

India: First Aid, Emergency Room Inaugurated at GKNH

Srinagar: Member Legislative Assembly Sonwar, Mohammed Ashraf Mir, on 7 November, inaugurated first aid & emergency room here at Government Kashmir Nursing Home (GKNH).\r\nOn the occasion, Principal Government Medical College Srinagar, Professor Samia Rashid and Medical Superintendent Dr Jehangir Bakshi were also present. The facilities have been set-up after taking cognizance of increased incidence of road traffic accidents under Disaster Preparedness Protocol of Government Medical College Srinagar, which also include standby Emergency Theatres, TRIAGE and extended outdoor health shelters and parking facilities to prepare for natural dis

India: Lifeline Foundation Attempts World Record

Vadodara: By next year, Vadodara will have a world record in its name for having the largest number of civic body employees trained in bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid in the world.\r\nCity-based Lifeline Foundation, the pioneers of emergency medical services (EMS) in the country, has applied for the Guinness World Record.

India: New 108 Ambulance for Pulivalam Area to Reduce Response Time

Trichy: Complaints due to delayed response caused by long distance prompted the Trichy district administration to launch a 108 ambulance service for Pulivalam area on Monday (13 November). With the addition of one more ambulance, the free ambulance service in Trichy has gone up to 31 vehicles.\r\nCollector K Rajamani flagged off the brand new fully-equipped ambulance at the collectorate on Monday (13 November). The vehicle was inducted into the fleet that includes two neonatal ambulances, two four-wheel drive vehicles for Pachamalai and two bike ambulances.

India: Bengaluru to soon have helipads for medical emergencies

New Delhi: Bengaluru Mayor Sampath Raj has said that the city will soon have helipads to help common people during medical emergencies.\r\n\"We are considering to make helipads across the eight zones of the city for medical emergencies of common people. It\'s in a primary stage and we will take opinion of all then decide,\" Raj on Sunday (12 November) said.
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