WEST AFRICAN RESCUE MISSION

WARA Ground Ambulance Services

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WARA provides emergency ground ambulance services on a 24 hour, 7 day per week basis, to all those in Freetown who have a registered membership with our organization and require immediate medical assistance.
 
We currently maintain a 3 – 5 min dispatch time out of our ambulance base. Stabilization and transportations are done by our internationally trained paramedics. Should you require a hospital admission they would transport you to the most appropriate and suitable partner facility with whom WARA works in Sierra Leone until either you recover or are repatriated further.
 
Our ambulance fleet and emergency equipment are of an international standard and comprise of advanced adult and pediatric lifesaving medical rescue, critical care equipment and medications. Our operational staff has aviation, medical and counseling training. All our medical staff has the requisite experience to deal professionally with critical care and emergency crisis management.
 
Out of our Freetown base our emergency vehicles are equipped with blue lights and sirens allowing us to move rapidly even in congested traffic conditions.

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Our fleet, based in Freetown, consists of three ambulances. Our ambulances are only driven by our personally trained ambulance drivers who know the roads in Sierra Leone and are used to the challenging driving conditions. All our ambulance drivers have completed advanced defensive driving courses and done first aid courses with our team on an annual basis.

Our vehicles are well maintained and disinfected under diligent and strict standard operational procedures upheld by our team after each mission to ensure that they are in an immaculate condition and ready to receive the next emergency call.

We are one of the best ambulance and air rescue service in Sierra Leone who can perform intensive care transports with highly critical and ventilated patients in a safe and effective way.