AMBUS

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AMBUSAmbulance Bus (US DoD)
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The health minister went on to visit the SR 10-million lab automation project -- which serves the hormons, chemistry, and blood disease departments -- and caught up on the expansion of the recently-launched department of gastroenterology and endoscopy; inaugurated the new office of the health affairs department; inspected the new emergency "ambulance bus," which is equipped with five beds, and from which medical staff can support emergency services on site; inspected the mobile blood bank; and launched the Qassim Medical Commission's electronic project, "Inayati," which has been designed to serve patients wherever they are without them needing to visit the commission's office.
There was also an ambulance bus that could accommodate 50 people.
Volunteer rescue crews from St John Ambulance were disgusted when they discovered that their ambulance bus had been broken into and damaged.
Front-line services: Army personnel beside an ambulance bus at Selly Oak Hospital.
All the children helped are terminally ill, disabled or underprivileged and the charity pays for a fully equipped ambulance bus, plus qualified doctors, nurses and carers to go with them For many it is their only chance they get to go on a holiday.
Eight of the injured were carried off the aircraft on stretchers, a spokesman for the ambulance service told Kyodo News, adding that an ambulance bus also on standby wasn't needed.
Brigadier Al Shamsi said that 34 of the students were taken to Rashid Hospital by an ambulance bus and eight to Al Baraha Hospital to ensure they were all right, adding that the on-call doctor from the Dubai Health Authority was monitoring the treatment process at the scene from the Control and Command room at Dubai Police's Operations room.
Troop support: Army personnel accompany an ambulance bus at Selly Oak Hospital Accident and Emergency Unit.
Maureen arranges for consultants, doctors and nurses to come along on the trip and they all agree to do it for free on a fully-equipped ambulance bus.
These include the longest ambulance bus to be stationed at Downtown Dubai, which will have 16 ambulance spots.
All the children are seriously disabled and the charity pays for a fully-equipped ambulance bus, qualified doctors, nurses and carers to go with them.