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Ambulance

(dreams)
In old dream dictionaries, dreaming about an ambulance could be labeled as a dream of warning. From more modern perspective it could mean your unconscious mind is attempting to convey information that you have been unwilling to deal with consciously. Pay attention to your physical body and see if your health is an issue. Otherwise, this dream may be pointing to some urgent situation in your life. Consider all of the details in your dream. Examine your daily life and make an attempt to see if there is something that requires your immediate attention.
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Health workers washing ambulances while wearing PPEs
A total of R14 million has been set aside to purchase 30 more ambulances during this financial year.
The figures, which reveal the extent of the problems with patient transfers from ambulances to emergency units, also show the number of patients waiting in ambulances for more than an hour has dramatically risen on an all-Wales basis in the past three years.
In a letter to the National Assembly's Public Accounts Committee, Kath Charters, secretary of the North Wales ambulance branch of Unison and the union's Wales Ambulance Service Trust staff side secretary, detailed the responses she had received from union representatives about handovers between ambulances and emergency units across Wales.
We're very pleased and honored to have been selected to supply ambulances for one of the busiest fire protection districts in the St.
In 2013, the maternity mobile unit handled 30 births while 49 babies were born in other ambulances.
Air ambulances have been gaining considerable recognition in the west and started to witness an influx in developing markets as well.
Abu Dhabi: Residents in the five northern emirates will receive better medical emergency services from early next year as more modern ambulances will be introduced, a senior official told Gulf News on Sunday.
HEALTH watchdogs have warned hospitals to stop fiddling A&E waiting times by forcing patients to wait in ambulances outside.
Grounded air ambulances covering the West Midlands have been given permission to fly again following safety fears.
The changes are part of the Make Ready project which will see ambulances for the entire Black Country operating from two super hubs in Dudley, and Willenhall.
HALF of a new fleet of ambulances bought to operate across Wales are off the road for modifications, bosses admitted yesterday.