Government of Maharashtra is introducing Bike Ambulance Service. The service will be taken care by Maharashtra Emergency Medical Service (Under Department of Public Health – Government of Maharashtra and State Health Society NHM) and will be operated by Bharat Vikas Group India Limited, BVG-UKSAS, India’s largest integrated services company with 70,000 workforce. To avail the service just dial toll free 108.
Maharashtra Government has announced the release of the Bike Ambulance – Medical First Responder service in Mumbai from today. With newest addition of 10 bike ambulances, Government continue to offer the most reliable service during emergencies. Bike Ambulance Medical First Responder is integrated with the latest technologies that offer feasible emergency life-saving procedures to the patients.
Inauguration will be done by Devendra Fadnavis, Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray, Chief of Shiv Sena, Deepak Sawant, Maharashtra Minister of Public Health & Family Welfare, Vijay Deshmukh, Maharastra Minister of State Public Health, Humantrao Gaikwad, Chairman & Managing Director, BVG India Ltd., Vishwanath Mahadeshwar, Mayor, Mumbai Municipal Corporation and Kirshna Prasad Nair, Deputy Managing Director, IDBI Bank Ltd.
Provided medical support for –
- 16,68,923 emergency patients
- 1,97,934 road accident cases
- 6,28,666 medical emergency cases
- 5,09,705 pregnancy cases
- 3,32,618 cases of poisoning, snake bike and blast
- 15,592 deliveries in ambulances