Procedures for performing SMURD crossborder missions approved

The Cabinet approved the draft decision concerning the regulations on the procedure for performing crossborder missions with ambulances/mobile emergency services for resuscitation and extrication (SMURD) of Romania, IPN reports.

The Ministry of the Interior said the goal of the project is to regulate and standardize the involvement of paramedics teams with SMURD ambulances of the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, and to step up the legally applicable procedures in special international rescue missions.

Together with the Ministry of Health, the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations could intervene and perform crossborder land missions as a result of accidents with multiple victims given that such measures increase the survival chances of more people.

“The last joint SMURD and AVIASAN crossborder mission was successfully performed on August 30, when five patients were transported from Romania as a result of the August 26 accident,” Minister of the Interior Adrian Efros said in the Cabinet meeting.

According to him, by initiating this project, the Ministry of the Interior contributes to guaranteeing the right to health and the access to medical assistance for each citizen of the Republic of Moldova or for stateless persons.

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