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“ We strive to be a world class Emergency Medical Service(EMS) that provides the highest quality and most cost effective emergency health care to the people in Ghana, through enthusiatic and well-trained staff ”




NATIONAL AMBULANCE SERVICE CELEBRATES WORLD EMS DAY


Celebrating WORLD EMS DAY , the National Ambulance Service (NAS) Public Relations Unit has undertaken a training and exhibition visit to educate Ghanaians on the need to have some knowledge on basic first aid techniques. The activity of the day sent officials of the Service to the Christ The King International School, opposite the Flag Staff House in Accra on Friday 17th May, 2024. The pupils and their teachers were taken through Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Choking Management and Blood Control techniques. The Deputy Director of Public Relations for the National Ambulance Service , Mr. Simmons Yussif Kewura educated the pupils on how important the World Emergency Medical Service Day is. Read More

NAS STAFF MEETS THEIR GOVERING BOARD


The staff of National Ambulance Service at the Headquarters has met the govering board of the service to deliberate on issues bothering the service.Deliberations between the board and the staff ranges from operations of the service at the various departments and unit to challenges.The meeting is also meant to give an opportunity to the staff and board to familiarize themselves with each other. It also enhances good rapport between the duo. Addressing the durbar, the board chairman, Nana Wiafe Ababio commended the management and staff of the service for their dedication. “ This gathering holds a great importance as it provides us the great opportunity to foster strong connections and mutual understanding between the govering board and the hard working staff members, l commend each one of you for your dedication to our noble mission “ he said Read More

NAS PAYS COURTESY CALL ON NEW OFFINSOHENE


The leadership of National Ambulance Service paid a courtesy call on the new Offinsohene, Nana Dwamena Akenten II at the Offinso Traditional Council, Ashanti Region, on Sunday, February 4, 2024. The delegation was led by the Board Chairman of the Service, Nana Wiafe Ababio, Chief Executive Officer, Professor Ahmed Nuhu Zakariah and other officials of the Service. The purpose of the visit was to introduce the leadership of the Service to the new Offinsohene and brief him on our activities. The visit also offered an opportunity to have discussions on areas in which National Ambulance Service can collaborate with the Palace for mutual benefit. Read More

NAS MAKES SWIFT RESPONSE TO HELICOPTER CRASH INCIDENT