Aman Health’s flagship initiative, Aman Ambulance, has changed the landscape of emergency care in Pakistan and is the first state-of-the-art ambulatory vehicle network providing round-the-clock emergency care in the province of Sindh.
With a fleet of 60 ambulances, the service includes 227 Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), 16 doctors and life-saving drugs and equipment, providing 24/7 emergency medical interventions with an average response of 18 minutes.
The Aman Ambulance also holds the recognition of being awarded the ‘Best In Asia’ EMS Service Award, in 2014, by The Asian Emergency Council.
Aman Ambulance is run on international protocols, equipped with the latest medical equipment and life-saving drugs and is staffed with trained medical professionals. The service provides a tiered emergency response system with Basic Life Support Ambulances and Advanced Life Support Ambulances equipped with AED machines and cardiac monitors. In addition, Advanced Cardiac Life Support Ambulances are equipped with ECG machines, which is a unique service available in Karachi.
Operating through a Command and Control Centre powered with real-time tracking and a wireless communications network, the service aims to:
– Stabilize and transport patients from the site of injury or illness to healthcare facilities.
– Address common emergencies such as cardiac arrest, accidents, injuries, and obstetric emergencies.
– Reduce the incidence of loss of life due to inadequate emergency response.
Aman Ambulances main differentiators include: