Center for the Office of Accidents and Medical Emergencies of Qazvin

Center for the Office of Accidents and Medical Emergencies of Qazvin

Emergency center of Qazvin was established only 2 years after the first emergency ambulance siren at Booali Sina Hospital in the capital that was under the Office of the local public clinic in 1977. There were three emergency centers in Qazvin, Takestan and Alborz Industrial Center that were operating with five operational codes. Four GM, one Van Chevrolet and one Mercedes-Benz Minibus were at Qazvin Emergency Center at the beginning of the establishment. The primary staff of Qazvin Emergency Center had all been graduated from the training courses of James Peterson like their colleagues and most of them lived in Tehran and worked in 2 days shift and 4 days off.

The office of Emergency 115 started its activities in 1996 as one of the subsidiary units of Vice-Chancellor’s Office for Treatment Affairs for supervising and monitoring emergency bases. The emergency work system became more systematic following the formation of this office, and developing emergency centers and bases was on the agenda.

The physician forces worked as consultants for treatment (10-50) at Qazvin Emergency Center for the first time in 1998. Medical Emergency Centers were established in Buin Zahra in 1999 and Abyek in 2001. After many years, three Mercedes-Benz MB140 ambulances were added to Qazvin Emergency Center in 1998. A center for the Office of Accidents and Medical Emergencies was officially formed with the transfer of the Secretariat of Health Care Task Force in Incidental Accidents from the Vice-Chancellor’s Office for Health Affairs and the establishment of the Headquarters for Treatment Guidance and Information in the Vice-Chancellor’s Office for Treatment Affairs and their integration with the Emergency Office 115 in 2006.

Currently, the Center for the Office of Accidents and Medical Emergencies has four emergency units of the province, headquarters for guidance and information in treatment affairs (1819), EOC and the secretariat of health care task force in incidental accidents of the province.

Medical Emergencies (Emergency Medical Services 115) of the Province
 

38

The Number of Road/Urban Ambulances

73

The Number of Active Ambulances

16

The Number of Supportive Ambulances

1

The Number of Ambulance Buses

3

The Number of Motorcycle Ambulances

1

The Number of Bases for Air Ambulance Services

1

The Number of Helicopters for Air Ambulance Services