Emergency and Non-Emergency Services
In many parts of the world, people have access to medical facilities and trained medical staff. Many people live each day without questioning whether or not medical access would be available if they needed it.
Unfortunately this isn’t the case in some areas. Globally, millions of people suffer unnecessarily simply because they lack access to even the most basic medical resources. If viewed in its entirety, the global epidemic of inadequate or non-existent healthcare is overwhelming.
Injury accounts for 16% of the global burden of disease. As one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity worldwide, it overwhelmingly affects low and middle income countries.
Evidence has shown that deaths are prevented and disability averted for conditions such as trauma, pregnancy, myocardial infarction, stroke and sepsis by upgrading the emergency services.
This timely provision of care can limit or halt the cascade of events that otherwise rapidly lead to death or lifelong disability. Without standard pre-hospital care, people with good survival possibilities also die at the scene or en route to the hospital.
First Intervention Ghana with support from Paramedics, EMTs, First Responders and Nurses’ volunteers provide ambulance services to both emergency and non-emergency cases to rural communities.
Our ambulance project offer both emergency and non emergency services. We have a place for EMTs/First Responders/Paramedics for field internship experience. For patient referral cases contact us for safe transportation.