Ambulances

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Seamless handovers

Time spent waiting at hospital to hand over patients, is time being wasted for emergency services Sometimes it can take up to 30 minutes for a full handover of patient notes and information to the A&E staff.

When information is captured and handed over digitally, the time spent transferring patients for A&E staff and doctors is vastly reduced. Mistakes that could cause later issues and risk patient safety are minimized too.

Seamless handovers

Quicker response times

Emergency service operators are increasingly directing voluntary first responders to accidents and emergencies while waiting for the paramedics to arrive. These volunteers are equipped with mobiles, making it much easier to get in contact with them and see if they are nearby to help with the emergency.

Ambulances used for transferring patients between home and hospital can improve their journeys by using smart routing. When drivers have a clear view of where they need to go and who they need to pick up, all journeys are efficient.

Quicker response times

A realistic training experience

Nothing can truly prepare paramedics for the scene of an emergency. But one way they can get a realistic experience is Virtual Reality. Through Samsung’s VR capabilities and compatible third party software, emergencies and other situations can be brought into the classroom and ambulance staff can learn to make the right decisions at the right time.

A realistic training experience