38th Ambulance Baby

Baby boy weighing 3 kg safely deliver in a NAS ambulance while en route to a hospital at Bairiya to Bharatpur Hospital, Chitwan- 20 April 2017
Both mother and baby are safe and thankful to NAS. 
 

37th Ambulance Baby

Baby boy weighing 3 kg safely deliver in a NAS ambulance while en route to a hospital at Bairiya to Bharatpur Hospital, Chitwan- 20 April 2017
Both mother and baby are safe and thankful to NAS. 
 

Nepal Ambulance Service-102 (Now in Pokhara)

Nepal Ambulance Service - 102 is delighted and overwhelmed to commence its service in Pokhara in coordination with Lion's Club International, 325B1 Nepal from 24 April, 2017. We are privileged to sign the MOU by NAS President Om Rajbhandary & pleased to start our service with your support and benevolence. Also, we are commencing the service in other places such as Butwal, Banepa focusing on "for the people" and "by the people". We are here for your service with the motive of " Saving lives along the way".

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EMT Graduation Ceremony

Nepal Ambulance Service organized a graduation ceremony for 47 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training’s trainees on 27th February 2016 in presence of Honorable Health Minister Gagan Thapa. Training was started from 5th December to 24th December in collaboration with Patan Academy of health and sciences, Stanford University, International Medical Corps and Nepal Ambulance Service. Ceremony was hosted by Board member Neeva M. Pradhan whereas Dias was shared by Mr. Gagan Thapa as chief guest, Dr. Kedar Baral, Mr. Om Rajbhandary , Ms. Joelin Mac Mullins, Ms.Rebecca Walker and Mr. Rajesh Gongal. Also IMC donated 5 ambulances to NAS. 47 trainees received certificates from Health Minister. Program was overall good and was beneficial.

 

 

EMT Graduation Ceremony EMT Graduation Ceremony EMT Graduation Ceremony EMT Graduation Ceremony

Ambulance Handover Program

14th Feb-2017, a big day to Nepal Ambulance Service. Ambulance handover program was held in the presence of chief guest Mr. Bhogendra Raj Dotel ( MoH) by country director of IMC to president of NAS. It was a great moment and NAS is thankful to everyone related in this process directly or indirectly :)

2nd Mock exercise

Mock Exercise is planned in many places in order to aware the local public about the NAS 102 and EMS system. It was done in Thamel area on January 2017. There were Board Members and David Amsalem( Trainer) from Stanford University)monitoring the exercise and NAS administration organizing the event. EMTs were participants and there was a huge mass of audiences.

Public Awareness Program

Public awareness event was organized with the objective to increase utilization of the ambulance services as well as to create awareness on the availability of pre-hospital emergency management system; NAS will organize public awareness events in various project areas.  An event on ‘ambulance service and basic first aid orientation was organized on 24th January, 2017 at Tri-Devi English High School in Kathmandu District. The event was targeted to secondary schools students and teachers. Promotional materials of Nepal Ambulance services were disseminated in these public awareness events. 

Meeting In MoH

There was a meeting in MoH on 11th January, 2017 regarding the ambulance service policies, integration of other ambulances beside NAS ambulances in 102, overall achievements and upcoming plans of NAS. There were participants from different head of departments from MoH, DPHO heads from Kathmandu and Lalitpur, International Medical Corps, Medical Teams International, and Board of Directors from NAS. Overall meeting was fruitful.

Meeting In MoH Meeting In MoH Meeting In MoH

Mock Exercise

Mock Exercise is planned in many places in order to aware the local public about the NAS 102 and EMS system. It was done in Thamel area on January 2017. There were Board Members and David Amsalem( Trainer) from Stanford University)monitoring the exercise and NAS administration organizing the event. EMTs were participants and there was a huge mass of audiences.

 

Here are some glimpses of the exercise.

Ongoing EMT Refresher Training for NAS EMTs

Ongoing 12 weeks EMT training

Second EMT Training

2nd EMT Training

Positions Open For Short Project Diseaster Drill

2nd EMT Training

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