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Ambulance VSL

Patients in wheelchairs are an essential component of our emergency medical system. Doctors and their colleagues don’t play a singular role in establishing its effectiveness, pertinence, and resilience – quickly taking charge of a patient for transport to medical services or back home is also paramount.

As part of their efforts to ease emergency center congestion, some regions have implemented the VSL Ambulance structure. It is headed up by an ambulant doctor, prehospitalary specialist or regional coordinator and can act as a counselor when it comes to freeing patients safely after prehospitalist checks.

Traditional taxi and VSL services provide transportation assistance for individuals with reduced mobility or who suffer from benign diseases; they do not, however, accommodate for emergency situations like an accident or miscarriage. One key distinction between VSL and conventional taxi services lies in their presence of a doctor as an emergency responder.

Transport of unusual medical conditions typically requires a valid medical transport prescription from your physician. To obtain one, you must fill out a CPAM Service medical transport prescription form at your pharmacy and submit it in accordance with its schedule.