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24 January 2010 :: 14:01:38 pm 10178

Deputy mayor: No maritime Emergency Services for Pattaya

Pattaya 24th January2010[PDN] The National Institute of Emergency Medicine, has joined Pattaya City, along with other involved institutes in the conference of the maritime emergency medical system preparation using the public health insurance. This could not be concluded due to the boat transportation and the operators not yet being clear.
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At the Pattaya City Hall, Mr. Weerawat Khakhai (Deputy Mayor), had joined the conference which was held in order to raise the opinion of the maritime emergency system by the health insurance conduction.

The maritime emergency medicine will be for the assistance of the maritime sufferers or patients being transported in the water. Moreover, it must be a standard service for the complete safety of the patients

Mr. Khakai had explained that it could not yet be put into practice due to the lack of registered boats for the use of transportation of patients and it lacked the specialist personnel. In the past, transportation of patients was assisted by the passing of boats.

Although there is a need of maritime emergency medical officers, the problem of boat registration must be dealt with first and in addition the development of personnel. This includes providing a rescue team, firemen, and health officers in a medical course of 64 hours.

Reporter : Yanwarrut   Photo : Yanwarrut   Category : Community News

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