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  1. grandpainak

    grandpainak DI Senior Member Showcase Reviewer Veteran Army

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    Ambulance service from Dumaguete City to Cebu City?
    I'm looking for an Ambulance service to transport a wheel chair person from Dumaguete to Cebu for a fallow up appointment.
    A name, phone/text number, email, website or address, please.
     
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    My husband was wheelchair bound and we made the trip to Cebu via personal car several times. I don't know if there is a now service, medical-wise, that provides medi-ride services like that. It has been a few years since I live there, though. I hope you find what you are looking for!
     
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    Maybe you can ask ONE Medical Rescue, for sure they are well connected to others in Dumaguete:
    blogspot webpage
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    (035) 422-9110 or 09228808897 or 09228808894
     
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    Thanks Solid_Pan,
    I'll give them a try.
     
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    I had an old friend several years ago that Silliman had given up on. He got an appointment with one of the cebu hospitals that had an arrangement to transport patients.

    Silliman reluctlently discharged him and the local service mentioned above transported him to Santander to meetup with the cebu ambulance. The old friend is still an old friend fully recovered thanks to the cebu hospital that knew what to do. From my experience Silliman and Holy Child are good places to die if your sickness is out of the ordinary.

    I'm frequently wrong....but seldom in doubt! :smile:

    Shakey
     
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