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Does Your Doctor Ride a Motorbike?

Bali International Medical Centre Puts its Medical Staff on Two-Wheels to Improve Emergency Medical Response Services.

(6/3/2006) Bali International Medical Centre (BIMC) has just improved its reputation for providing fast and sophisticated emergency medical response services with the introduction of an innovative addition to its fleet of state-of-the-art ambulances.



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Although BIMC's emergency response teams have been trained to dispatch an ambulance within 3 minutes of receiving a call for assistance, experience has proven that even the best efforts to get to the scene of an accident or the side of an ill patient can be thwarted by heavy traffic and the narrow roads found on many parts of the Island.

The solution? BIMC has custom designed an emergency response motorbike equipped with medical gear and driven by a trained medical professional. Each time an ambulance is dispatched on an emergency response one of the BIMC's First Responder Motorbikes will speed ahead to ensure no valuable minutes are lost in providing emergency care to the patient. On the scene to assess and stabilize the patient, the First Responder will be relaying life-saving information and coordinating medical treatment with the doctor following close behind in the BIMC ambulance.

 

More information: http://www.bimcbali.com