MEDILANE AMBULANCE SERVICE

Get Well equipped vehicle which transports patients to treatment facilities,

such as hospitals. In some instances, out-of-hospital medical

care is provided to the patient.

If you are looking for the best service  then it’s for you

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MEDILANE AMBULANCE SERVICE

Get Well equipped vehicle.

If you are looking for the best service  then it’s for you

How to Book an Ambulance?

WHY MEDILANE AMBULANCE SERVICE?

Medilane Ambulance service provides  24/7 response to medical and trauma related emergencies. They provide a disciplined and organised system, allowing a timely response of appropriately qualified health care workers – often to potential or confirmed medical emergencies. Although medical retrieval teams are provided by the major trauma centres, coordination of the team and rescue , and also crewed in most instances with intensive care paramedics.

The primary role of all ambulance services is emergency pre-hospital medical care, although they generally provide both emergency response and patient transfer on behalf of the health sector. They provide easy access to health services, particularly out of hours, and contribute significantly to telephone triage and telephone health services through sophisticated communications infrastructure. In recent times it has become apparent that increasing health system pressures cannot be resolved only by adding resources, but must also be addressed with new methods of service delivery.

EMERGENCY SERVICE

When you have an urgent and immediate need for medical attention that could be or is life threatening. Some examples include a heart attack or stroke, injury following a car accident or a bad fall, or a life-threatening situation of any kind, We  provide 24 x 7 Urgent Medical response  to transport patients to,from or between places of treatment,providing out-of-hospital treatment and transport to definitive care or other facilities.

Our ALS (Advanced Life Support) vehicle are fully equipped with trained Paramedics and advanced equipment  to ensure that the patient receives only the best class service with Quick Response time that can help saves lives.

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PATIENT TRANSFER

We provide transport for Pre-Planned Non-emergency patient  to and from medical facilities who require skills of an Ambulance care assistant during the journey such as hospital, dialysis center, Medical Appointments for non-urgent/ emergency care. It is typically provided to a patient who needs to be transferred to a facility that can provide a higher or more specialized level of care or vice-versa.

Our BLS (Basic Life Support) vehicle has been crafted to ensure our patient receives  only the best services with the help of our trained EMT (emergency medical technicians).

On-site Ambulance For Events

We provides first aid and onsite ambulance standby medical coverage for events, whether they be low or high risk. Some of the events that we suggest getting medical coverage for include:

  • Sports events
  • Concerts
  • Conventions and conferences
  • Product launches
  • Carnivals
  • School, clubs and corporate institutions events

Our on-site ambulance standby provides registered nurses, doctors, paramedics, emergency medical technicians and physiotherapists for your event complete with set of Emergency drugs and disposable IV fluids. Onsite AED (automated external defibrillator) and advance life support care.

 

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TYPES OF AMBULANCES SERVICES

BENEFITS OF BOOKING A medilane AMBULANCE?

WHEN DO WE NEED US?

The ambulance service is ideally placed to be part of the first line in the continuum of health care, and can significantly contribute to ‘treat and transfer’ or ‘treat and leave’ programs. If ambulance services can develop towards an out-of-hospital, clinical care service rather than merely pre-hospital clinical care, they could substantially add to functionality of the health system. This could be through more efficient transfer of patient information; more efficient movement of patients; an ambulance service with a public service – rather than profit driven – philosophy; and patient treatment regimes consistent with the broader health system.

By integrating ambulance services into the health system generally, their respective strategic agenda are aligned, increasing efficiency, and providing an opportunity for an ambulance service, with its relevant expertise, to influence the outcome of ‘health’ initiatives.

An ambulance service provides paramedics who operate in an autonomous environment, remote from the backup and support of a full hospital. Long gone are the days when “ambo’s” were simply “stretcher bearers”.

Today’s paramedic is a highly trained clinician, and a fundamental link in the delivery and continuity of patient care. Defining the place of paramedics within health and the health service continuum, establishes them as professionals operating within a professional entity.

Paramedics are able to provide appropriate treatment to patients in their own and immediate locality, taking the treatment to the patient rather than patient to treatment. This is regardless of whether the patient is suffering a minor wound or illness, chronic illness or major trauma. Paramedics will become increasingly well placed to provide out of hospital care, thanks to advances in Intensive Care education and training, and the introduction of practitioners or extended care paramedics.

HOW CAN WE HELP?

We provide 24/7 response to medical and trauma related emergencies. They provide a disciplined and organised system, allowing a timely response of appropriately qualified health care workers – often to potential or confirmed medical emergencies. Although medical retrieval teams are provided by the major trauma centres, coordination of the team and rescue, and also crewed in most instances with intensive care paramedics.

Given the pre-hospital clinical environment of ambulance operations, being part of the health system ensures consistent patient care from the home or event to the hospital, i.e. a “system” approach to health care rather than individual health units working in isolation from – and sometimes opposition to – one another. An ambulance service provides the first point of contact with an incident, as well as a patient, therefore it provides early warning to the health system of its operating environment as a whole. This enables a degree of flexibility in the health system response to an event, allowing flows of patients to be adjusted or anticipated according to system performance. This provides a more efficient model in terms of resources and cost and can enable the redeployment of resources to other areas of the system, e.g. lower on-site staffing levels and higher on-call capacity. Continuous, seamless patient management from an initial incident to definitive care and recovery work well when all components are part of one system.

Paramedics are able to provide appropriate treatment to patients in their own and immediate locality, taking the treatment to the patient rather than patient to treatment. This is regardless of whether the patient is suffering a minor wound or illness, chronic illness or major trauma. Paramedics will become increasingly well placed to provide out of hospital care, thanks to advances in Intensive Care education and training, and the introduction of practitioners or extended care paramedics.

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