CM Naidu flags off feeder ambulances to cater remote areas

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Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh), Mar 06 (ANI): Andhra Pradesh Government has taken up an initiative to provide feeder ambulances to the interior and remote ITDA areas as many habitations do not have good road connectivity. Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, state Health Minister Kamineni Srinivas inaugurated these feeder ambulances at state Secretariat in Amaravati. The feeder ambulances will have trained manpower and specified medical equipments. Treatment will be provided to stabilise patients and then transport them to the assigned 108 ambulances. Feeder ambulances will transport patients in the shortest possible time with advanced ICT for providing quality emergency response services to the tribal people round the clock. Reach time shall be less than 60 minutes after emergency call and they shall be in the field round the clock to attend the needy.

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