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2019.10.17ニュース

【Media】The Airborne Rescue and Medical Team Featured in Major Newspapers - Typhoon No.19 (Hagibis)

The Asahi Shimbun - The Airborne Rescue and Medical Team Provides Relief Assistance in Typhoon Affected Areas

"A group of doctors from Saga traveled to Nagano, which was heavily affected by Typhoon No.19, and provided medical assistance. The group visited the Saga Prefectural Government on October 15 and reported the local situation to Governor Yoshinori Yamaguchi."
The Asahi Shimbun - The Airborne Rescue and Medical Team Provides Relief Assistance in Typhoon Affected Areas

The Mainichi Shimbun - Typhoon No.19 The Airborne Rescue and Medical Team Provided Patient Transfers and Medical Consultations for the Elderly in Nagano

"The Asia-Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management (A-PAD) Japan, a non-profit organization based in Saga, sent the Airborne Rescue and Medical Team to Nagano in response to Typhoon No.19 which hit East Japan. The medical team consists of medical professionals including doctors from Saga University. On October 15, A-PAD Japan hosted a debriefing meeting at the Saga Prefectural Government."

The Saga Shimbun <Typhoon No.19> The Airborne Rescue and Medical Team Discusses Their Medical Assistance in Nagano

"In the evening of October 15, two doctors from the Airborne Rescue and Medical Team who participated in medical assistance from October 13-15 in Nagano, which was affected by Typhoon No.19, visited the Saga Prefectural Government. The doctors discussed with Governor Yoshinori Yamaguchi about elderly patient transfer operations from a medical facility which was experiencing power and water outages due to flooding."
The Saga Shimbun <Typhoon No.19> The Airborne Rescue and Medical Team Discusses Their Medical Assistance in Nagano

The Nishinippon Shimbun - The Airborne Rescue and Medical Team Discusses Patient Transfer Operations and Medical Assistance Activities in Nagano

"On October 15, two doctors from the Airborne Rescue and Medical Team who were sent to Nagano Prefecture, which was affected by Typhoon No.19, visited the Saga Prefectural Government and discussed assistance activities. In three days between October 13-15, the team provided patient transfer operations and medical assistance for hospitals and rehabilitation centers."

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