TraumaLink's expansion moves forward | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, May 08, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, May 08, 2018

TraumaLink's expansion moves forward

On 7 May, 2018, TraumaLink, a voluntary free emergency first aid service that helps the people injured on the highways of Bangladesh, officially expanded its operation by expanding 10km over the Dhamrai Highway.

TraumaLink's Emergency  First Aid Service will soon be  active on 100 km Highway Area- 50km in Daudkandi- Comilla -  Dhaka Chittagong Highway, 40 km in Manikganj-  Dhaka Aricha Highway and 10 km in Gazipur- Dhaka Mymensingh Highway.

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As of now TraumaLink has 433 volunteers, attended to around 550 incidents and provided emergency first aid service to over 1000 patients.

TraumaLink's service model utilises a hotline number, a 24/7 call centre and volunteer first responders recruited from local community who are trained in basic first aid and provided with necessary medical equipment.

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