The National Ambulance Service (NAS) has assured the public that notwithstanding its operational challenges, including the inadequate supply of oxygen and fuel, its services are absolutely free.
It said the public perception that National Ambulance Service (NAS) demanded money or charged patrons for services rendered was not the policy.
However, according to patrons of their services, their services is actually not free and sometimes personnels go as far as demanding for fuel fee and so on. Patrons lament on the need for the provision of the necessary logistics needed to effectively run the day to day workload of the service.
Below are some of the highlighted grievances that the public made (screenshot);
The National Ambulance Service (NAS) was established in 2004 to fill the need for emergency medical services in the Republic of Ghana. Started as a pilot project, the NAS provides prehospital emergency care across the nation.
The emergency number for Ghana Ambulance Services is 193 (Toll Free).
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