National emergency medical teams helping makeshift hospitals in Wuhan

By China Daily | | Updated: 2020-02-14 14:31
Dr Xu Junmei, vice president of the Second Xiangya Hospital of the Central South University who heads its National Emergency Medical Team to aid Wuhan, goes into a ward at Wuchang Fang Cang emergency hospital on Feb 6. [Photo provided to]

Xu's team of 42, who normally work at The Second Xiangya Hospital of Central South University, comprises 12 doctors, 11 nurses, 6 pharmacists and technicians, 13 drivers and engineers.

It was mobilized within an hour after they were summoned.

With their preparations completed overnight, they set out early the next morning in a fleet of 10 vehicles: the command vehicle, medical equipment vehicle, life support vehicle, energy support vehicle, personnel transport vehicle, inspection vehicle, outpatient vehicle, surgical vehicle, shelter vehicle, and medical technology vehicle,which as a compact hospital can perform field surgery independently.

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