EMS bill to have provincial representation proposed

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

He also said on Tuesday that if this would be approved, it can provide opportunities for local employments.

The organization made a courtesy call to the council and was introduced by Councilor April Marie Dayap.

The Asia's Security Medical Services and Institute Inc. (AEMS) "aims to improve international standard of emergency care in its involvement in community health and safety and they also aim to train all Filipinos especially those in Davao City to better health and emergency care."


They also have been going around the city to conduct trainings and services to different barangay officials and tanods and staff regarding basic emergency care.

Bersion said they are "going forward" with the process of amending the bill in the Senate and they have been preparing some research documents, which they will submit for deliberation next week.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on July 17, 2014.

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