StanPlus and Narayana Hrudayalaya team up to take emergency care and ambulance services to the next level.
19-08-2022, Medical transport leader StanPlus has announced a partnership with Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd to manage their ambulance services and amplify ambulance care to critical cases in under 15 minutes. As per the development, emergency patients will get access to basic and advanced life support – covering over 1250 beds within the Health City campus – at Narayana Health’s Narayana Institute of Cardiac Sciences and Mazumdar Shaw Medical Center.
Addressing the media on the occasion, Facility Director of Narayana Health City Dr Nitin Manjunath said, “We are elated to announce our partnership with StanPlus to handle our emergency response services and ambulance care. We are certain that StanPlus’ expertise in the segment and Prabhdeep’s vision to deploy state-of-the-art equipment and trained paramedics will help us extend the quality and timely care to our patients.”
Marking the milestone, CEO and Founder of StanPlus Prabhdeep Singh quoted, “In the last two years we have managed to cover significant areas of Bengaluru and can reach critical cases in less than 15 minutes and this wouldn’t have been possible without the support of leading hospitals of the city. To further strengthen our reach and extend seamless emergency medical services, we at StanPlus are elated to announce that we have partnered with Narayana Health. We believe that with partnerships like Narayana Healthcare, StanPlus will soon be able to cover all of Bengaluru and ensure that everyone has access to quality emergency medical service.”
StanPlus currently boasts of a fleet of 44 StanPlus owned Red Ambulances and another 100 ambulances deployed via multiple Aggregators. The company is also planning to station 25 more Ambulances, and aims to achieve the core pillars of response technologies during emergencies: access, triage, destination selection, and vital sharing. The Hyderabad-based startup has partnered with 50+ hospitals and 70+ enterprises and is looking to expand to 15+ cities in India by the end of this year, a step towards providing access to people across the country.
“We at StanPlus realized that the Indian healthcare infrastructure, even though making noticeable strides, still lacks awareness about the emergency medical response. We started working towards fixing this gap and provide a platform that offers quality EMS that can help save lives in a timely manner. We are elated to announce and share that with our partnership with Narayana Health City, we have managed to cover a significant area of Bengaluru and are ensuring that ambulances reach critical areas before 15 minutes”, added Srikant Subudhi, Regional Head and AVP, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, StanPlus.
*This press release is published by VOH team.*
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