Emergency Ambulance Service of Erebouni Medical Center was established in 2001 in cooperation with the Paris University Hospital Henri Mondor and meets the standards of French emergency medical services SAMU. During more than ten years its activity the Emergency Ambulance Service had distinguished by high professionalism. It is unique in Armenia, since it is the first private emergency services ambulance, which operates according to European protocols.
Ambulance Service accomplishes its activity round-the-clock on the territory of Yerevan and in all regions of Armenia, Nagorno Karabakh and Georgia.
New comfortable ambulances are equipped with all the necessary equipment for emergency medical and intensive care of patients at home and during transportation to the Center. Emergency medical care is carried out with the participation of leading specialists of Erebouni Medical Center. The ambulance service's everyday team consists of three specialists - general resuscitation, cardiology and general surgery. In case of necessity, in the ambulance service may be involved also narrow specialists from various departments of MC Erebouni.
Through the special radio communication the controller provides contact of specialists in the ambulance with hospital specialists, which enables to provide high quality medical care in the car. Even before the arrival of the patient to the hospital appropriate services are in full readiness for further action..
Call 8119 or (010) 47 70 70 and we`ll save the life of your relatives and friends.
All mobile teams are equipped with reliable radio communication, modern medical equipment - defibrillators, electrocardiographs, oximeters, glucometers, and other equipment necessary for the diagnosis of emergency conditions and emergency medical care organization. Kitting of ambulance cars with all necessary equipment, instruments set and medications allows providing of emergency medical care in accordance with the highest standards.
The priorities of activity of the department are:
- general resuscitation
- cardio resuccitation
- general surgery