Monday, 4 July 2016

Government of NCT of Delhi recognizes contribution of SIHS for providing trainings to all emergency medical professionals with CATS DELHI-EMS

Delhi Emergency Medical Services is a project of Centralised Accident and Trauma Services (CATS), an autonomous body of Govt. of National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi operational in Public Private Partnership (PPP) with Bharat Vikas Group (BVG) India Ltd., Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS) and United Kingdom Specialist Ambulance Services (UKSAS). It is a toll free ‘102’ number based Service to provide free emergency Medical Services to entire population in NCT of Delhi.
There are state of the art 265 well equipped ambulances to provide competent care for the sick or injured in emergency medical settings. All ambulances are manned by Emergency Medical Professionals (EMP’s) trained in Emergency care. SIHS imparted training to all 610 professionals working for this project in Emergency Medical Technician – Basic programme of Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC).
These Emergency Medical Professional’s (EMP’s) are trained in detection of any emergency, immediate response, reporting, on-scene care, en route care and transfer to appropriate hospital. Training also includes reassurance to patients, relatives and bystanders prior to and during transportation to hospital casualty room. These EMP’s will respond to emergency calls, performing medical services and transporting patients to appropriate hospitals as required.
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Lt. to Right : Dr. Parag Rishipathak, Dy. Director, SIHS, 
Sh. Manish Sisodia, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi
Sh. Satyendar Jain, Hon’ble Minister of Health & PWD

Control room is functional 24 X 7 with an ultramodern GPS – GIS enabled computerised system and wireless network connected to Delhi Police, Delhi Fire Services, Delhi Disaster Management Authority, Govt. Hospitals and Delhi Secretariat.
This project was officially launched on 03 rd July, 2016 by Sh. Manish Sisodia, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi in presence of Sh. Satyendra Jain, Hon’ble Health Minister of Delhi.

SIHS extended health care services to warkaries

As an yearly activity, SIHS provided free medical services for Warkaris during Pandharpur Wari, a religious procession, attended by lakhs of devotees.
Students of MBA(HHM) and EMS participated in Pandharpur Wari to provide First Aid, OPD services and pre-hospital care and look after the overall logistics & management of the event. Around 45433 Warkaris availed these services and were provided health services along with medical supplies for the 45 km long route across Pune.