19 March 2021 | News
Every casualty or trauma case will be responded to within 10 seconds and 60 seconds calls to an ambulance and dispatched within two minutes
Sakra World Hospital has tied up with Hyderabad-based Stan Plus, RED Ambulance - India's largest ambulance network to initiate a new and advanced emergency service. Inaugurated by Sunil Agarwal, IPS, Additional DGP (Karnataka State Fire & Emergency Services). Sakra aims to be available, accessible and provide affordable medical emergency care with a quick response time of less than a minute, GPS enabled tracking system with optimised and centralised operations.
Agarwal shared, “I am happy that with this initiative of setting up a robust ambulance network they will be able to take their best-in-class, swift emergency services not just to the IT corridor but beyond and help save more lives in Bengaluru city.”
Every casualty or trauma case will be responded to within 10 seconds and 60 seconds calls to an ambulance and dispatched within two minutes. With GPS-enabled tracking, it will be easier for families and ER to track the fleet in real-time. Depending on the severity of the emergency, ambulances with critical care support with immobilisation sets, monitoring and diagnostic care, infusion and drug administration, oxygen and respiratory support function will be sent. The data are well organised with synchronised EMT and report documentation and real-time communication between driver and ER.
Commenting on its association with Stan Plus, Yuichi Nagano, Managing Director, Sakra World Hospital, said, “Our association with Stan Plus has enabled us to initiate a new, improved and tech-enabled emergency ambulance service with better infrastructure. Not only will it help us reach and track casualties faster, with our upgraded ER services, critical care and continuous monitoring and communications with the hospital will help save more lives.”
Sakra World Hospital will continue to respond to all emergency calls through 080 4962 4962.