NGO unveils mobile app for emergency health services

A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), Call Health Support Initiative, has launched an e-medical transport mobile app to provide health emergency services in the country.
The Chief Executive Officer of the organisation, Dr Adejobi Adeloye, during the official unveiling of the app; Amba, recently in Abuja, said it would bridge the gap between incidence and primary care.
Adeloye explained that the application “is the first emergency aggregator system fully poised to reducing maternal mortality, downtime in ambulance and fire service response.” He also added that it would provide employment for Nigerians and improve the overall emergency response in the country.
According to him, after the official launch of the app on Oct.
1, 2018, it will start operation in Abuja, Lagos and Kano, adding that subsequently, it would be expanded to Port Harcourt, Enugu and Ibadan.
The chief executive noted that the new app would be available on playstore in android phones and it is user-friendly.
According to him, “the app would eliminate man-made delays, as it is fast and efficient on demand for car emergency service.
He stated that the organisation would teach its drivers on how to provide first aid, resuscitate patients and other essential emergency health services.

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