NICE Systems will be demonstrating NICE Inform and other NICE public safety solutions in booth #108 at the upcoming NENA 2009 Conference and Tradeshow taking place June 6 through June 11, 2009 in Fort Worth, Texas.
About British Columbia Ambulance Service (BCAS)
Founded in 1974 and operated under the auspices of the Emergency and Health Services Commission (EHSC), the British Columbia Ambulance Service (BCAS) is the sole ambulance service and provider of pre-hospital emergency care in the Province of British Columbia, Canada, and is one of the largest Emergency Medical Services (EMS) services in North America. The BCAS also provides inter-facility patient transfer services in circumstances where a patient needs to be moved between health care facilities. The BCAS has a fleet of 511 ground ambulances and support vehicles operating from 187 stations across the province. In addition, BCAS operates an airevac program that utilizes six fixed-wing and three rotary dedicated aircraft. One of only two paramedic units of its kind in the world, the BCAS Infant Transport Team (ITT) provides emergency medical care to BC pediatric, neo-natal and high-risk obstetrics patients. BCAS operates four dispatch/communications centers, including three regional centers based in Kamloops, Vancouver and Victoria from which ground ambulances are deployed, and the Provincial Air Ambulance Coordination Center located in Victoria, which manages all responses requiring air ambulance transport. These fast-paced call centers operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are the first point of contact for people requiring emergency pre-hospital care. More information at http://www.bcas.ca/.
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