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Emergency Medical Service GPS: Showing the Way to Improving Response Times in Kenya

In an emergency, every second counts. If this is a life and death situation, the outcome may depend on how quickly your ambulance can reach its destination. For this reason, healthcare facilities and private services are increasingly turning to EMS (GPS) tracking as their newest life-saving weapon.

The goal of the best emergency medical services in Kenya is to either provide treatment to those in need of urgent medical care, with the goal of satisfactorily treating the malady, or arranging for timely removal of the patient to the next point of definitive care.

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The EMS GPS directs your ambulance as efficiently as possible. By providing real-time updates on the exact location of the ambulance, the system allows you to save lives and money. 

EMS location monitoring

Once the system is installed, you can go online to track multiple ambulances in real-time on high-resolution satellite maps. You'll be signed in using a web-enabled computer or mobile device. Depending on your system, you can.

  • Find the exact address and location.
  • Determine which rescue team is closest to the emergency.
  • Provide ambulance drivers with real-time turn-by-turn directions to guide them on the fastest route while avoiding heavy traffic and accidents.

As a company offering the EMS opportunity, you are under constant pressure to reduce costs as much as possible without compromising the services you offer. GPS reports make it easy to make those important business decisions.

With GPS software, you no longer rely on guesswork or guesswork. In exchange, you get accurate data such as travel times and distances, stops and departures, route alerts, excessive idle time, and more to help you reduce costs while improving customer service.

Whether it's a portable defibrillator, EKG monitor, or X-ray machine – the right medical equipment can save lives. Now GPS can be added as another savior.