85 new ambulances in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

85 new ambulances in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan have 85 new units of ambulance cars. Equipped by Spencer, the UAZ vehicles now serve all the district of the Bishkek district. The Kyrgyzstan Prime Minister Jantoro Satybaldiyev took part in ceremony of handing over of the vehicles: “Given the urgent need to improve the provision of timely medical care to patients in primary care and to ensure the transportation of patients to hospitals, the Mandatory Health Insurance Fund purchased 85 modern cars “UAZ”. Today’s presentation of these vehicles is the result of ongoing work on the efficient use of public funds” said Satybaldiyev. All ambulance cars have all the medical equipment necessary to provide emergency medical care. All vehicles and medical equipment will be distributed to healthcare facilities of the KR.

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