The ambulances are equipped with auto-loading stretchers, 270-degree-opening rear doors, exterior provision for oxygen cylinder and mountings, medical cabinet, etc. to provide quick and safest service to critical patients
VE Commercial Vehicles has introduced Eicher Skyline ambulances to support healthcare mobility that provides modern, fast and efficient solutions for patient transportation. The ambulances offer enhanced patient and driver safety and comfort, along with the best-in-class vehicle life and warranty of up to three years, a statement from Eicher said.
Available immediately for sale in India, Eicher Skyline ambulances are equipped with auto-loading stretchers, 270-degree-opening rear doors, exterior provision for oxygen cylinder and mountings, medical cabinet, etc. to provide quick and safest service to critical patients. Besides, patient compartments have sufficient room for easy movement, a doctor seat with seat belt and a squad bench along with AC and non-AC variants, it added.
According to the statement, the company has introduced three different variants of the ambulance, namely patient transport (type-B), basic life support (type-C) and advance life support (type-D) which can be used depending on the severity of the situation. The vehicles have all the provisions to install equipment for intensive/advanced monitoring and treatment.
Commenting on the announcement, Vinod Aggarwal, Managing Director and CEO, VE Commercial Vehicles, said, “At this time when India is fighting the second wave of COVID, we aim to support the medical fraternity with our new offering of Eicher Skyline ambulances. The ambulance is a consequence of rigorous research and collaboration with industry leaders and is ideal for intensive medical care. The spacious ambulance equipped with highly-advanced life-saving facilities will prove to be the best transport solution for saving lives.”
The statement also notified that as part of its ongoing contributions to support the fight against COVID, Eicher recently donated two of the Skyline ambulances to the government of Madhya Pradesh.