Ambulance queue before hospitals with emergency patients

by Medindia Content Team on  January 12, 2006 at 8:43 PM General Health News
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Ambulance queue before hospitals with emergency patients
Ambulance staffs are not happy, as patients in ambulance have to wait long before they were given treatment, which increases the risk of death in these patients. Ambulance staff workers are seriously agitating against this issue and want doctors to act immediately to these patients to avoid serious effects.

Though the trust feel that the actions of the doctors are not intentional but due to an increase number of patients attending the hospitals during winter has been the cause of delay in attending the patients and assured that appropriate action would be taken to avoid any delay in attending an emergency patient.

In some instances there are queues of ambulances lined up before the hospital with emergency patients and sometime the ambulance staff take these patients to other hospitals to avoid life casualties. The trust has reassured that patient life is very important and necessary action would be taken to avoid the long wait of these ambulances.


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