We offer ground ambulance services everywhere within Lagos and other states in Nigeria. Using modern equipment, GPS trackers, our first responders can map out the best travel routes to offer the patient first aid services and transfer to the hospital for further medical treatment.
Medical Ambulance Services works with expert drivers that are able to reach you irrespective of the time of your call. Our services are available 24 hours a day and every day of the week to give speedy response to emergency calls.
WHY MEDICAL GROUND AMBULANCE SERVICES?
Medically equipped vehicles: At Medical Ambulance Services, our vehicles are all designed and enhanced to function as ambulances. Our automobiles are equipped with up top quality and up-to-date medical equipment. This allows our medical professionals to provide urgent and quality medical services. Each our of automobiles is fully stocked and equipped to answer distress calls.
Professional Drivers: At Medical Ambulance Services, we make use of only the best drivers that are capable of picking up and conveying our patients to the hospital without aggravating or worsening the issue.
24/7/365: Our medical services are available round the clock. Our lines are fully active at anytime of the day. Similarly, we have multiple lines available to give you various channels to reach us.
Trained Operators: When a call is made to us, we understand the emotions and experience that both the caller and patient are going through. Due to this, our lines are managed by medically literate and professional operators who are not only trained to manage situation, but also give empathic responses. They are capable of giving you advice and can stay on the line with you pending the time that the ambulance reaches you.
Professional, licensed, and experienced doctors: We offer professional, licensed, and experienced doctors during every step of the way. The doctors on the aircraft will administer first aid, stabilize, and give all urgent and necessary treatments. They will hand the patient over to doctors on ground, who are already waiting to commence the second stage of treatment.