City’s Ambulance Bus (AMBUS) Will Serve as Temporary Emergency Room
When: Thursday, August 12, 2021, at 5:15 P.M.
Where: Doctors Regional Hospital
3315 South Alameda Street, 78411
Near E.R. Entrance off Texan Trail
Who: Mayor Paulette M. Guajardo
Eric Evans, Corpus Christi Medical Center Chief Executive Officer
City Manager Peter Zanoni
Fire Chief Robert Rocha
What: City’s Ambulance Bus (AMBUS) Use As Temporary Emergency Room
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi will begin using the newly-acquired Ambulance Bus (AMBUS) to provide emergency medical care at Doctors Regional Hospital. The recent spike in COVID-19 cases has placed an enormous strain on emergency room capacity. The AMBUS will provide an additional treatment area for non-COVID-related emergencies.
“We are proud that as a City we are able to provide the services of our Ambulance Bus to relieve current strain on our health care system due to the spike in COVID-19 related illnesses,” said Mayor Paulette M. Guajardo.
The AMBUS was put into service by the Corpus Christi Fire Department (CCFD) in May and can care for up to 21 patients at one time. The AMBUS was awarded to the City with help from the Coastal Bend Regional Advisory Committee (CBRAC).
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