Hamilton Paramedics services, located in the Canadian port city of Hamilton, has once again donated an ambulance to SVG’s Milton Cato Memorial Hospital.

Though Hamilton Paramedics services adjourns it’s ambulances every 6 years, the vehicle is believed to be able to serve St. Vincent and the Grenadines for an estimated 10 years.

“This ambulance has helped us serve the City of Hamilton well, and on behalf of the members of Hamilton Paramedic Service, I am proud that it will now help improve health outcomes for the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. I am grateful for the partnerships that helped make this possible,” the Deputy Chief of Hamilton Paramedics services, Russell Crocker stated.

The ambulance is fully equipped with Trauma bags, Oxygen masks and Stretchers. Fitzgerald Huggins, Consulate for St Vincent and the Grenadines to Toronto, believes that this new ambulance would save tax payers some cash they would have had to spend on getting a new ambulance.

The ambulance is set to arrive in SVG waters by the end of August.