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Posted on the website of the National Fire Agency and each fire headquarters of medical institutions available for treatment.

Nam Hwa-young, head of the National Fire Agency, presides over a meeting of national fire chiefs to prepare for collective action in the medical community.

Nam Hwa-young, head of the National Fire Agency, presides over a meeting of national fire chiefs to prepare for collective action in the medical community.

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Lee Sang-seo = The National Fire Agency announced the ‘119 Rescue Activity Measures’ on the 19th to prevent disruption in the transport of emergency patients in preparation for collective action by the medical community opposing the government’s policy of increasing the number of medical school students.

First, the National Fire Agency is reinforcing the call reception desk and counseling staff in preparation for the influx of 119 calls due to hospital information, etc.

At the site, we plan to mainly transfer ‘patients whose lives are in danger’ and select a transfer hospital from the 119 Emergency Management Center to minimize delays in transporting emergency patients.

Accordingly, it was decided to transfer severe and emergency patients to regional emergency medical centers or large hospitals, and mild and non-emergency patients to local emergency medical institutions or nearby hospitals and clinics.

In order to minimize inconvenience to the public, city and provincial fire headquarters across the country plan to provide information in various ways, such as identifying medical institutions that can provide treatment within their jurisdictions and posting them on each fire headquarters website.

In addition, the National Fire Agency requested that non-emergency patients refrain from calling 119.

Fire Commissioner Nam Hwa-young said, “We will do our best to ensure that the lives and safety of the people are not threatened due to medical gaps.”

shlamazel@yna.co.kr

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