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AMBOAmbulance
AMBOAlbanian Macedonian Bulgarian Oil Corporation
AMBOAssociation of Minnesota Building Officials (New Brighton, MN)
AMBOAsian Molecular Biology Organization
AMBOAssociation of Model Barge Owners (UK)
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Some trusts told the Press Association they rely on private ambulances due to a chronic shortage of NHS staff and ongoing problems with recruitment.
East Midlands Ambulance Service, for example, spent almost PS7 million on private ambulances in the last year and more than PS1 million on taxis.
Global Ambulance Services Market Report 2019 provides the strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global ambulance services market.
Ahmed Saleh Al Hajeri, CEO of National Ambulance confirmed that National Ambulance crews are fully ready and prepared to deal with emergency situations that may arise and look after the public's safety, as well as closely coordinating with all concerned partners to ensure an effective response and minimise human and material losses.
Sardar Hussain, another driver of a private ambulance stationed at the Holy Family Hospital, said normally we charge Rs1,000 to 1,200 to carry bodies in non-air-conditioned ambulances within the city.
Any ambulance vehicles and is West Midlands Ambulance Service said crew pressed their panic buttons to call for help.
In Tharaka-Nithi County, there is a serious shortage of ambulances after almost all that were bought by the former regime stalled.A recent report by the county assembly health committee indicated that the county has only one ambulance serving 118 hospitals.
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) a minimum of one ambulance should be available for every 100,000 people.
The court's decision invalidated the portion of the law that protects North Dakotans from receiving balance bills from air ambulances. However, the provision requiring hospitals to inform patients in non-emergency situations about which air ambulances have contractual agreements with the patient's health insurance company and the provision prohibiting the sale of air ambulance subscription agreements both remain valid and enforceable by law.
RAWALPINDI -- Four of Benazir Bhutto Hospital's (BBH) advanced life support ambulances are being used for VIP duties.
Dubai: The Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Service (DCAS) has acquired a fleet of state-of-the-art ambulances.