The District of Angul situated at the heart of Odisha was a part of Undivided Dhenkanal District till early March 1993, but for the administrative convenience, Dhenkanal District was divided into two parts i.e. Dhenkanal and Angul. Agriculture occupies a vital place in the economy of Angul District, as it provides direct and indirect employment to around 70 % of its total work force, as per the 2001 census. The total cultivable area of this District is 2, 16,403 hectares, covering 32.7 % of its total geographical area. The major crops of the Kharif season are paddy, maize, ragi, oilseeds, pulses, small millets and vegetables etc. Paddy, wheat, maize, field pea, sunflower, garlic, ginger, potato, onion, tobacco, sugarcane and coriander etc are the major Rabi crops.Dhokra casting works, Terracotta works, Wood carvings, Art textiles and Soft toys etc are some examples of the crafts that have been generating revenues for this District. Here Sumitra Ambulance Service ( )  provides services on this district for every blocks,tahasils and as well as every villages with gram panchayatslong days atreasonable cost. It gives services as services provided by National Ambulance Service (NAS) by National Health Mission (NHM).If one can want to use the any emergent medicated devices as like ventilation and airway equipment, monitoring and defibrillation, Immobilization devices , bandages, vascular access, injury prevention equipment and other advanced equipment also. We provide some associates with our Sumitra Ambulance Service ( ) , who will provide supports at the time of emergent patient transport service.As per educational institutes are concerned Angul District has many Government and Private Institutes. Government College (Angul), Angul Women‘s College (Angul) and Talcher College (Talcher) are the important educational institutions of the District. There are other training institutes of the District, like Police Training College (PTC) Angul, Forest Rangers College Angul and a number of industrial training institutes providing quality technical education to a vast number of students of the District.

Emergency Triage, Treat, and Transport (ET3) Model of our service have some conditions:
  • You don’t need a low acuity medical triage line to participate

  • The patient will not have a choice in alternative destination

  • If the patient wants to go to the ER(Emergency Room), the patient must go to the ER

  • Medicare requirements govern for patient choice trips to the ER

  • ET3 is ambulance only

  • Medicare will not pay for ride home from alternative destinations

  • Treatment in place must always involve a qualified healthcare practitioner

  • You must have an agreement with a QHP(Qualified Healthcare Practitioner)

  • The QHP will bill separately for treatment in place

  • Payment will be at BLS(Basic Life Support) rate for ET3 services.