System building in Primary Care

Traversing difficult terrain of Arunachal Pradesh
Testing of a model to strengthen Emergency Care Services in Primary health care settings

Taking partnership with Arunachal Pradesh and Sri Lanka to next level
Testing of a model to strengthen Emergency Care Services in Primary health care settings

To make progress, we must be able to measure progress
Development of a tool to design and integrate an effective ECS at secondary level in South - East Asian Region

Emergency Care System Building in Primary Care

Emergency care systems (ECS) are an essential part of health service delivery. It has been estimated that a robust integrated emergency and trauma care system can decrease deaths by 50% in low- and middle-income countries (WHO). Well-designed emergency services facilitate timely recognition, treatment management and, when needed, continued treatment of the acutely ill at the appropriate level of the health system.

Contact us:

011-26731068
office@whoccemcare.org

Department of Emergency Medicine, JPN Apex Trauma Centre, AIIMS, Ring Rd. Raj Nagar, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi, India- 110029