ACT’s Motorcycle Ambulance Ready to Quickly Respond the Community

Motorcycle ambulance completed the endeavors of telemedicine services by ACT’s Humanity Medical Careline.

ACT's motorbike ambulances.
One of the motorbike ambulances heads to a patient’s house who will receive ACT’s HMC services in Depok City, West Java. (ACTNews/Ichsan Ali)

ACTNews, JAKARTA – The telemedicine services by ACT’s Humanity Medical Careline (HMC) since July 2021 continue to be optimized in assisting the community especially the health sector. Furthermore, the service can be accessed throughout the country.

To maximize the service, ACT’s Humanity Medical Careline is supported by ambulance units. There are also motorcycle ambulances that become a breakthrough in providing quick medical responses such as medicine delivery, home care services, and road accident rescue.

Alhamdulillah, the motorcycle ambulances have completed and supported the health services provided by car ambulances. We are aware that the Jabodetabek area is very prone to traffic due to high population density. Therefore, the motorcycle ambulance is expected to shorten the travel time to the patients’ houses,” said Dr. Arini Retno Palupi as the Head of ACT’s Humanity Medical Careline to ACTNews, Thursday (11/18/2021).

Dr. Arini explained, currently, ACT’s HMC has five units of motorcycle ambulances that only operate in the Jabodetabek area.

Arini added that motorcycle ambulances are equipped with adequate medical equipment such as a standard emergency kit including a set of diagnostic tools, a set of infusion equipment, medicines, and small oxygen cylinders.

“People no longer need to doubt the driver of motorcycle ambulance as they have been certified with BTCLS (basic trauma cardiac life support) training also their own driving licenses. Insha Allah, the motorcycle ambulance will be the endeavor of our organization in providing the best health services accurately and free of charge,” Dr. Arini concluded.[]