AIMS AT ATTENDING 30 MILLION EMERGENCIES AND SAVING 1 MILLION LIVES ANNUALLY”
Who we are
GVK EMRI (Emergency Management and Research Institute) is a pioneer in Emergency Management Services in India. As a not – for – profit professional organization operating in the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode, GVK EMRI is the largest professional Emergency Service Provider in India today.
April 2005 was the turning point for emergency medical services in India. The organization was incepted with the objective of delivering comprehensive, speedy, reliable and quality Emergency Care Services. This has been done by establishing an Emergency Response System that coordinates every emergency through a single toll free number 108/112 which when called in an emergency ensures prompt communication and activation of a response that includes, assessment of the emergency, dispatch of the ambulances, along with a well trained Emergency Medical Technician to render quality pre-hospital care and transport of the patient to the appropriate health care facility. Today, 108 is synonymous with the best-in-class emergency service and has been acknowledged as the most efficient, speedy, reliable, and caring service provider in its category.
With increased focus on research and analytics, GVK EMRI now, also enters into the arena of protecting law and order in the society. GVK EMRI has left no stone unturned to reach out the needy by extending its reach through various Help Line and Specific Segment oriented Focused Services as an offshoot of the vast expertise gained through the last 14 years of 108 EMS Operations across the length and breadth of it’s operational states in India.
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Its first Overseas Operation in Sri Lanka, the 1990 Suwa Seriya (Journey of Health) Emergency Response Service launched in July, 2016 in Southern and Western Provinces in PPP arrangement with Government of Sri Lanka with Grant from Indian Government, has been able to gather high appreciation from the Sri Lankan public and media, resulting in Government approval for Whole country-wise expansion in Sri Lanka.