Lebanon Ambulance Humanitarian Aid

We’ve delivered Toyota Hiace Emergency Ambulance for Lebanon Ambulance humanitarian aid on the purpose of use in pastoral areas. The ambulance designed to administer the patients living in rural areas. The Toyota Hiace ambulances are chosen 4×4 with a diesel engine and delivered with emergency equipment. The patient compartment of the ambulance is furnished with cupboards, which constructed from 18mms tempered foamboard material. Foamboard is crucial in terms of providing hygiene since it cleaned and washed effortlessly; besides, it is antibacterial. The entire coverings and cupboards used in the Toyota Hiace Emergency ambulance are compatible according to EN1789 EU ambulance standards. Moreover, an additional air-conditioner and a heating system operating with diesel installed into the ambulance. The Lebanon Ambulance humanitarian aid involved a paramedic AED defibrillator device, ambulance main stretcher, ambulance chair stretcher, and an ambulance spineboard. The ambulances presented with an extensive ceremony. At the end of the service, the health employees, who came to the ceremony, were informed about how to apply the ambulances. 

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