An emergency ambulance commonly known as a 911 ambulance or rescue, is equipped to provide advanced life support to critically ill patients who require urgent medical assistance. On the other hand, a non-emergency ambulance is designed to transport individuals who are in stable health conditions but cannot travel in regular vehicles for various reasons.

Non-emergency ambulance services are designed for patients who are recovering from an illness or injury, or who cannot use regular transportation due to medical or ambulatory reasons. These services are particularly helpful for senior citizens who need regular medical check-ups, individuals who have been discharged from hospitals after treatment, or those who need to travel longer distances for medical appointments or other important purposes. Patients requiring regular assisted transportation for cancer treatments, dialysis, and other on going medical treatments

The fire department accompanies the ambulance to assist in safely moving the patient from their residence and providing additional support during transport. Many firefighters are trained as medical first responders, allowing them to assist paramedics with administering medications and performing advanced medical procedures when necessary. This collaborative effort ensures the best possible care for the patient during the transportation process.

An ambulance serves as a portable emergency room equipped with all necessary medical equipment and can perform similar procedures to those in a hospital's emergency room. Sometimes, patients require immediate medication or specialized procedures before reaching the hospital. This quick response is crucial for promptly addressing medical conditions and ensuring positive patient outcomes.

The cost of the bill is calculated based on several factors. Local municipalities provide subsidies to cover some operating costs, which helps lower the overall cost for residents of those areas. However, all clients are charged a base rate, regardless of their place of residence. In addition to the base rate, you could be charged for any supplemental services, such as oxygen usage and mileage, which are standard in the industry.

CTG Medical will handle all the intricate logistics involved in international medical transfers, ensuring seamless coordination from start to finish. Additionally, we communicate with receiving hospitals to facilitate prompt admission and treatment for patients upon arrival.

When it comes to transporting a patient, the possibility of accommodating their family members is determined by the patient's condition and the transportation method selected. 

On site medical services can be used for a wide variety of corporate events, sports, camps, job fairs, and other company-sponsored activities to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants. These services are also often requested for weddings and other celebrations to provide immediate medical assistance in case of emergencies. Having an ambulance on standby at such events can offer peace of mind to organizers and attendees alike, knowing that quick medical attention is readily available if needed. Our medical teams can be custom tailored for your event. Large to small we have a team ready to assist.

In case of any emergency, always dial 911. The 911 dispatchers will send the appropriate ambulance and, if necessary, fire rescue and will provide you with instructions before the ambulance arrives.

Usually, yes, you can choose the hospital you prefer. However, in certain emergency situations, it may be necessary to transport you to a different hospital that is better equipped to handle the situation.

The level of ambulance transportation coverage can differ greatly depending on your insurance provider and policy. It's important to carefully scrutinize your coverage details to comprehend any constraints and prerequisites. Furthermore, many insurance plans may necessitate you to pay co-pays or deductibles for ambulance services and transportation. To avoid any unforeseen expenses, make sure to acquaint yourself with your policy's terms.

It depends on the seriousness of your condition. CTG Medical’s fleet of ambulances are all equipped with Advanced Life Support (ALS) equipment and are capable of providing a wide range of treatments such as wound care, advanced airway placement, medication administration, cardiac monitoring, pacing, and defibrillation, among others

CTG Medical will collect all the necessary details about the patient or travel to ensure the ambulance is appropriately equipped. However, the patient's guardian or assistant will be responsible for carrying all required medication and reports. It is advisable to avoid carrying excessive luggage as it can cause inconvenience to the person aboard.

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