The Future of Medicine Care by Dr Peter Acker, MD, MPH & Dr Patrick Lanter, MD

EMRI Green Health Services (formerly GVK EMRI) is a pioneer in Emergency Management Services in India. As a not – for – profit professional organization operating in the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode, EMRI Green Health Services 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.

Peter Acker is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of
Emergency Medicine at the Stanford University School of
Medicine. He completed his emergency medicine training at the
University of Chicago, where he served as chief resident. He
completed a fellowship in International Emergency Medicine at
Stanford University. He currently was also named a Faculty Fellow
with the Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH) at Stanford
University School of Medicine.

Dr Patrick Lanter is a board certified emergency physician and a
clinical instructor of emergency medicine at the University of
Stanford, School of Medicine.

Dr Lanter is an EM Ultrasonography enthusiast and is an
Ultrasound and Global Emergency Medicine Fellow at the
University of Stanford.
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