Kaluga has received 10 reanimobiles for the ambulance station since Thursday, August 6. The keys were handed over to the doctors during a ceremony on Thursday, August 6, the press service of the Kaluga government reports.
“10 class C reanimation vehicles were purchased at the expense of the federal budget to support the region, including in the fight against a new coronavirus infection. Of these, 4 cars are all-terrain UAZ and 6 are Ford brands,” the press said. service.
All vehicles are equipped with modern equipment to provide full-fledged emergency medical care. The ambulance crews have defibrillators, electrocardiographs and ventilators at their disposal.
Photo: press service of the Kaluga government
“A lot depends on how professionally your department will be staffed in terms of personnel and seriously in terms of technology. I am sure that these reanimobiles will help you provide the necessary assistance to the residents of our region,” said Vladislav Shapsha, head of the Kaluga region. Addressing the representatives of the ambulance station, the head of the region stressed that it was they who, during the pandemic, were the first to help the residents. Regular renewal of the fleet is necessary to improve the availability and quality of primary health care.
Another 22 reanimobiles will be delivered to the Kaluga region in the near future.