Ankara Metropolitan Municipality continues its efforts to provide faster service to the citizens of the capital in the field of health. The Department of Health Affairs has expanded its fleet of patient transport and dialysis vehicles serving patients, giving birth, bedridden or dialysis patients. With the newly purchased 6 patient transport and 4 dialysis vehicles, the number of patient transport vehicles increased to 20 and the number of dialysis vehicles to 12.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality continues to work 7/24 in order to serve the citizens of the Capital in difficult times.
The Metropolitan Municipality, which continues to stand by the citizens in their health needs with its social municipality understanding; The number of vehicles serving patients, giving birth, bedridden or dialysis patients is increasing day by day. The Department of Health Affairs expanded its patient transport and dialysis vehicle fleet with new vehicles in order to provide better service to the citizens of the Capital.
AMBULANCE SERVICE PROVIDED TO 35 THOUSAND PATIENTS
Metropolitan Municipality Health Affairs Department provided free ambulance service to 2020 thousand citizens who gave birth in 11 months of 35, bedridden and dialysis patients.
Stating that they aim to increase the service quality in Başkent, Health Affairs Department Head Seyfettin Aslan said, “In the words of our Ankara Metropolitan Mayor Mr. Mansur Yavaş, 'every living thing is precious in Başkent'. Human health and human life are also most valuable to us. "The aim of social municipality is to ensure a healthy life for our fellow townsmen."
THE NUMBER OF PATIENT TRANSPORT VEHICLES RISE TO 20, THE NUMBER OF DIALYSIS VEHICLES TO 12
Stating that the Health Affairs Department teams are working 7/24 to provide faster service to Ankara residents, Aslan gave the following information:
“As Health Affairs Department, we work day and night. We stand by our citizens in their most difficult moments. We train our patients in need to health institutions with our blue-lane ambulances. We added 6 new dialysis vehicles, including 4 patient transport vehicles, to our vehicle fleet for our citizens in need. Thus, the number of patient transport vehicles increased to 20 and the number of dialysis vehicles to 12. With our stronger fleet, we will be proud to serve our citizens in need, as we have done until today. "
The citizens of Başkent can use this service free of charge by calling the Metropolitan Municipality's ALO 188 line or Başkent 153 for their patient transfer or dialysis needs.