Kandhamal is a district of the state of Odisha, India. The district headquarters of the district is Phulbani. Kandhamal revenue district came into existence on 1st January, 1994, after Phulbani District was divided into Kandhamal and Boudh Districts of Odisha. Kandhamal experiences sub tropical hot and dry climate in summer. Dry and cold climate in winter. The maximum temperature recorded in the District is 45.5 degree C and minimum temperature is 2.0 degree C. The average annual rainfall recorded is 1522.95 mm. The Kandhamal district covering a geographical area of 7654 sqkms is bounded by Boudh district in the North, by Rayagada district in the South, by Ganjam and Nayagarh districts in the East and Kalahandi District in the west. The Kandhamal is bestowed with the beauty of nature. It has wild life, scenic beauty, healthy climate, and serpentine ghat roads for the tourists. It has attractions, like panoramic coffee gardens, pine jungles, Ghat roads, hills and water falls, virgin forest and typical tribal village life. Almost 66 percent of the land area of the District is covered with dense forests and towering mountains rich in green meadows at the attitude of 2000 feet to 3000 feet, the terraced valleys thronged with these colourful tribal in their natural heritage, dancing and sporting has its own appeal.Here we 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 ( www.localambulance.com ) , who will provide supports at the time of emergent patient transport service.Kandhamal has 2 subdivisions viz. Phulbani, and Balliguda; with 12 tehsils, 12 blocks and 153 Gram Panchayats. As per 2011 census, its population was 7,33,110 comprising 3,59,945 Male and 3,73,165 Female population.
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.