Mobile app to track ambulances launched in Kanpur


Kanpur (UP), Oct 3 : UP minister Satish Mahana has launched a first of its kind, well- equipped and trackable ambulance service app for heart and other emergencies. A total of 25 ambulances, equipped with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and defibrillators, with a nurse or a paramedic have been made available for the patients through the app that has been designed by a private hospital in Kanpur. All calls of the patients will be attended within 5 seconds, while ambulances will be dispatched within 5 minutes after receiving the call. Not only this, patients will now also be able to track the ambulance in real-time via a mobile-based application. "This is a first-of-its-kind service in the state. There is a toll-free number to call the ambulance service. These ambulances will be engaged for not only heart emergencies, but for other health emergencies as well," said the minister. /IANS


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