Telangana CM KCR Flags Off 204 Ambulances And 228 Ammavodi Vehicles In Hyderabad

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Mr. K. Chandrashekar Rao, the Cheif Minister of Telangana, on the 1st of August, Tuesday, flagged off emergency ambulances and vehicles for medical uses in the State.

Mr. K. Chandrashekar Rao flagged off 466 emergency vehicles at People’s Plaza on the banks of Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad. These vehicles consist of 204 ambulances for 108 services, 228 Amma Vodi 102 vehicles (transport facility for pregnant women) and 34 free hearse vehicles.

The State now has one ambulance for every 75,000 population, compared to one for every 1,00,000 population.

Meanwhile, at the event, Mr. T. Harish Rao, the State Home Minister said these vehicles would further strengthen emergency healthcare services in the state, contributing to the achievement of the “Arogya Telangana” goal.  He said these vehicles would efficiently reach patients and ensure that their medical needs are promptly attended to.

The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) Minister further added that since the formation of Telangana, the number of ambulances has increased from 316 to 455.  In the past, there was one ‘108’ vehicle for every one lakh people, but now the availability has improved to one vehicle for every 75,000 people.

He stated that the average response time for 108 ambulances had come down to 15 minutes from earlier 30 minutes.

Mr. T. Harish Rao praised the KCR Government and said, “In 2014, there were no Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulances but today every district has one such ambulance.  At the time of formation of the state, there were no ambulances for newborn but today there is one such ambulance in every district.  Ammavodi vehicles are providing services to 4,000 pregnant women every day while 108 vehicles are catering to 2,000 people. There were no Ammavodi vehicles in 2014 but today there are 300 such vehicles.”

Lastly, Mr. T. Harish Rao expressed confidence and said, the healthcare system of the Telugu State has improved with equipped technology, helping citizens, and would enhance in the future.

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