The governor downplayed politics saying that his government has prioritized the lives of his residents over the cost of ambulances. The Advanced Cardiac Life Support ambulance fleet will be re-stationed in Narok North, Narok South, Narok West, Narok East, Emurua Dikirr and Transmara East.
Dr. Abbas Gullet, KRCS Secretary General said he was pleased by the successful partnership between the county government and E-Plus which has been awarded quality management ISO certification and voted as a superbrand company in the provision of pre-hospital care.
Speaking at the event, Susan Ng’ong’a, MD, E-Plus reiterated commitment towards fostering a strengthened partnership with Narok County and other counties to ensure that our ambulances are always available and fully equipped to international standards. She added that provision of ambulatory services has since improved facility-based skilled delivery away from traditional birth attendants’ practices.
Provision of professional advanced pre-hospital medical care and ambulance services in the country has significantly reduced morbidity and mortality rates within the county, considering the modern life saving equipment available in the ambulances.
Members of the public and a delegation from the county assembly and county executive witnessed the handover ceremony with testimonials shared on how the residents across the county have benefitted from the ambulance service.
E-Plus in its mandate to offer pre-hospital medical care and ambulance services, envisions to advocate for public private partnership with other counties.