09 June 2022 | News
Tata Winger Ambulance will now be a part of emergency transportation care working across the state
Tata Motors delivered 965 units of Tata Winger Ambulance to the ‘108 ambulance service project’ – an emergency response service programme initiated by the Government of Madhya Pradesh’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, under the National Rural Health Mission.
The Tata Winger Ambulance will now be a part of emergency transportation care working across the state of Madhya Pradesh.
As part of the scheme, the feature-rich Tata Winger ambulance has two applications in the project. First, ‘Sanjeevani’ - an EMAS (Emergency Media Ambulance Service) which can be booked via an exclusive ‘MP 108 Sanjeevani’ app across the state of Madhya Pradesh. Tata Winger’s Basic and Advanced Life Support Ambulances will be used as Sanjeevani. Second, ‘Janani Express’, a dedicated Type B (patient transport) Tata Winger ambulance service for women.
Tata Motors has supplied the Winger Ambulance for COVID-19 vaccination drives in Gujarat, Lucknow, Jamshedpur, Dharwad, Gandhinagar and Pantnagar. With the ongoing global pandemic, the versatile Tata Winger ambulance is also engineered especially for COVID-19 patient transportation, with a driver partition. Tata Motors offers the most comprehensive range of ambulances from Magic Express Ambulance, Winger Ambulance and LP410 Ambulance, with a double stretcher.