|Rational distribution of the sanitary vehicles by regional health organizations of the Kyrgyz Republic and efficiency of their exploitation|
|Category: (World Health Organization (WHO))|
|Tuesday, 08 February 2011|
|Type of document||report|
1. INTRODUCTION |
Emergency Health Care plays a particular role in the health care system. Present-day health care delivered to patients and sufferers in full scale and at the
earliest is a critical factor for saving their lives. The Kyrgyz Emergency Health Care Service incorporates 496 stations (units) of emergency and urgent care where about 303,25 doctors and 1120,25 mid-level health personnel are engaged.
Staffing level of emergency health care subdivisions is as follows: doctors - 86,0% and mid-level health personnel - 95,2%. In 2008 emergency care facilities performed 483505 emergency calls, whereas workload per one medical team of general profile was 832,3 and feldsher team - 677,0 (See: Collection of the Republican Health Information Center of the MoH of the KR, 2009).
|Published date||01, Jan. 2009|
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