Exchange programme : Rescue officers return from Turkey 

Pakistani officers shared the local integrated emergency services model with their Turkish counterparts


Our Correspondent April 24, 2017
PHOTO: INP

LAHORE: The second batch of rescue officers and instructors returned to Pakistan on Sunday after completing a training course on emergency medical services and disaster management system from Turkey.

Rescue 1122 Director-General Dr Rizwan Naseer welcomed the officials at the Rescue Emergency Services Academy and also held a meeting with them. They  discussed measures to improve emergency healthcare system and expansion of emergency services to all tehsils of Punjab.

Rescue training: Emergency officers return from Turkey

During the training in Turkey, the Pakistani officers shared the local integrated emergency services model with their Turkish counterparts.

The visiting officials were briefed about the operational working of motorcycle ambulance service in Turkey and the patient transfer service management.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 24th, 2017.

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