Bhaskar News Service
Aligarh. In the auditorium of Malkhan Singh District Hospital in the district, 108 and 102 ambulance district in-charges who came from 26 districts were given training. The program was started by lighting the lamp by former city MLA Sanjeev Raja. On this occasion, he encouraged all the district in-charges to operate the ambulance properly to improve the ambulance service and described this scheme of the government as better and will continue to operate this scheme well to the general public in future.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Neeraj Tyagi, by participating in the training program, emphasized on improving the ambulance service to all the colleagues and also thanked everyone. He said that everyone should continue to provide this service to the general public in a better way. Dr. Shiva and Dr. Mufid Rehman, who came from GVK EMRI Head Office, Hyderabad to train this training program, trained the District In-Charge Program Manager, Regional Manager and Operation Head etc. from all 26 districts for better ambulance maintenance and operation of ambulance service. Very meticulously trained about District Program Manager Arshad Khan said that 33 of 108 ambulances and 43 of 102 ambulance service and 03 ambulances of ALS i.e. Advanced Life Support (Modern Life Support System) are working in the district. District Program Manager Mohammad Arshad, District EME Chand Shekhar Sharma and Sushil Kumar Deepak Kumar Karunesh Kumar and Zonal Operation Head Shobhit Tyagi, Naresh Sarot and Regional Manager Nihal Raza, Sanjeev Kapila, Sunny Singh, Sandeep Singh, Rajiv Kumar etc. were present in the program.