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"So what are the details on these? Service? Hospital? Looks like it might be Saudi Arabia. Am I right?"
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911 kaust

"very nice pic"
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Len and ken

"very nice pic"
Jan 1, 2010
Hitoshi Igarashi left a comment for Ken
"Kenchie, thanks once again for your very quick reply. I want to thank you for being interested in my pictures and stories behind the pictures. We do our best to save lives in our own communities but if we put just little bit of extra efforts, then…"
Dec 30, 2009
Ken left a comment for Hitoshi Igarashi
"yup thanks for the info, wow thats good sir you recycle and its look good now, hopefully all jems member can meet and shares thier ideas to saved lives,...nice meeting you sir"
Dec 30, 2009

Profile Information

What State do you live in?
International
Employer/Affiliation
Other
Primary Agency/Department Type
Hospital
Primary Department/Agency Name
Critical Ambulance Transport
Department/Agency Web Site
http://IECC
Years in EMS/Public Safety
6 Yrs
Other Past or Current Departments
KAUST Fire and Emergency Services
Deparment of Health(DOH)
HEMS ( STOP D.E.A.T.H.) EMS e.r complex
My Training:
Emergency Airway Intubation
ACLS BLS NRP ATLS
HAZMAT-OPERATION
HAZMAT-AWARENESS
Water Rescue
Confine space rescue
About Me
Me.......
Registered Nurse
EMT-B Certified
AREMT
Health care Provider
I Love Being in EMS Because
its my passion
Relationship Status
Married

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At 6:57am on December 30, 2009, Hitoshi Igarashi said…
Kenchie, thanks once again for your very quick reply. I want to thank you for being interested in my pictures and stories behind the pictures. We do our best to save lives in our own communities but if we put just little bit of extra efforts, then we can help any EMS partners in developing coutries save their own people. By participating in these support programs, I really learned many things - what to do to save lives when we have no equipment, then sometimes we used banana leaves to immobilize injured parts of body. Can you belive this? Anyway, Happy Holidays ! Be safe, please. Hitoshi
At 6:31am on December 30, 2009, Hitoshi Igarashi said…
Hi, Kenchie. Thanks for your comment. In fact, the ambulances you see for Cambodia photos were donated by us - organization, from Japan. They are used ambulances which were used in the fire agencies of local governments in Japan. They run these fleets about 6 to 10 years depending on city or township ordinaces and when time comes, they become metal scrap ! The brand new Japanese ambulance cost usually around 250,000 US$. Very expensive !. What we do is to beg them not throw them away ! We rebuild and repair if necessary, what we call reconditioning then we donate to the developing countries where an EMS system is in acute need of emergency vehicles. And then, we dispatch EMTs and emergency experts to train staff there. If you would like I can send you more pictures of the Japanese ambulances as well just for your reference. Hitoshi
At 8:54am on September 24, 2009, Kathy Kimble said…
Hello and welcome to JEMS connect!
 
 
 
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