Emergency Ambulance Network
Health care provision to Syrians displaced by the ongoing conflict is a critical and complex issue. Many displaced families fled their homes in already poor health and have since been further affected by trauma and a lack of basic human necessities.
Syria Relief and Development (SRD) has deployed a network of 21 ambulances to provide access to emergency healthcare and trauma services region-wide. The network provides patients in critical emergency care with transportation to trauma facilities, and EMTs provide life-sustaining treatment during transport. Ambulances are equipped with the latest modern medical equipment and the most experienced medical staff in the area. Specialties include care for premature babies, the elderly, and those with critical conditions, as well as patient transport between hospitals.
Approximately 1,400 patients are provided care by SRD’s Emergency Ambulance network each month. In 2018, 19,742 patients were served.
These ambulances serve as the front line for saving the lives of displaced Syrians in need of emergency healthcare services.
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