Helipad Will Now Be Used For Emergency Health Cases In Lagos

Helipad Lagos Emergency medical
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The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode has on Thursday commissioned the first state-owned Helipad, that would be used for medical emergencies in Nigeria at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).

 Governor Ambode during the commissioning, said "This Helipad being commissioned today is a life saving asset and critical complement to the efficient functioning of this unit and other emergency services being rendered by the state."
 "The Helipad will also aid the movement of patients from remote areas where healthcare facilities to provide the level of emergency medicine required are not readily available."

 He said the Helipad would be operated by specially trained personnel who would give a 24-hour service, guarantee expert medical care during emergency transfer and safe landing at all time. (Not like this ones )

 Lagos State is one state that is known for "traffic jam" due to the large population in the state so you will understand  situation whereby an emergency patient needs to reach a health centre with immediate effect and is stuck in traffic, with these devlopment it reduces the mortality rate of emergency patients in Lagos state.

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