CSF Improves Health Operations, Buys New Ambulance [ Tuesday, 7th of June 2016 | 10 months ago ]
Mayor Edwin ‘EdSa’ Santiago, together with Vice-Mayor Jimmy Lazatin, Councilor Nelson Lingat, City Health Officer Dr. Eloisa Aquino and Rural Health Physicians on Monday led the formal turn-over of the new ambulances.
The City Mayor said that aside from strengthening emergency response capabilities, the acquisition of ambulance also seeks to prevent incidence of maternal and infant deaths.
According to the City Health Office, the new ambulances will be stationed in Birthing Stations in Barangays San Jose, Sindalan and San Nicolas.
“Our priority is to save lives. With these units, the patients can be easily transferred to larger hospitals whenever needed,” Mayor EdSa furthered.
The City Health Office now has a total of 6 ambulance units. 4 are stationed in different Birthing Stations while the other 2 are being utilized by its Health Emergency Management Staff.
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