Widus Foundation Inc. (WFI) has donated a fully-equipped ambulance with modernized life support comforts to Capas, Tarlac.
WFI executive executive Agnes Liwanag and WFI manager Ronnel Golimlim together with Capas Mayor Rey Catacutan led a turnover rites of a code new Hyundai H350 recently during Widus Hotel and Casino.
The car was converted to a organic ambulance with a latest life-saving apparatus such as monitor, bracket and many some-more amounting to P3 million.
“Most ambulances are designed to only respond to emergencies and ride patients to diagnosis facilities. This ambulance is a latest health caring plan that aims to urge a mobile puncture medical services here in Central Luzon. We have privately versed a ambulance with life-saving tools, apparatus and interventions to give patients improved chances of presence while in transit. We done certain that a initial ambulance section passes both internal and general standards,” pronounced Liwanag.
Mayor Rey Catacutan lauded a efforts of WFI highlighting puncture medical services (EMS), a critical partial of health caring that mostly means a disproportion between life or death.
The ambulance was employed during a SEA Games and will be stationed during a Ospital Ning Capas to offer a community.