Logistics Support for the Ambulance Services at Industrial City Qatar


  • Sobur Setiaman Institute Health Sciences of Strada, Indonesia
  • Sukartana Institute Health Sciences of Strada, Indonesia
  • Agung Purnomo Institute Health Sciences of Strada, Indonesia
  • Eko Murdianto Institute Health Sciences of Strada, Indonesia
  • Novita Anna Institute Health Sciences of Strada, Indonesia
  • Agusta Dian Ellina Institute Health Sciences of Strada, Indonesia
  • Yuly Peristiowati Institute Health Sciences of Strada, Indonesia




Ambulance services, Ambulance nurses, Paramedics, Stock on hand, stock consumed report, Point – reorder.


In order to plan for logistics needs, data regarding the availability of logistics and consumption of logistics is required. Disposable logistics needs are adjusted to meet the minimum standards required by the ambulance unit, both for medicine and supplies. AIM: We are conducting this research mainly for field experience in analyzing ambulance logistics systems at Industrial City locations in Qatar as well as for referral purposes and emergency response purposes. Method: Logistics data reports will provide information and facilitate decision-making at various levels of detail. Result: Logistics support for ambulance services consisted of the following activities: (1). Presenting stock inventory report; (2) Predicting logistics availability; (3) Reporting estimation size of logistics; and (4) Reporting analysis stock availability. Conclusion: A logistics information system for Ambulance services can be seen in the fact that it provides decision-makers with information for the purposes of procurement, purchasing, storage, and distribution of logistics to users. Recommendations: The availability of a logistics information system, which will increase the capacity of ambulance services, is expected to improve the capacity.


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How to Cite

Setiaman, S., Sukartana, Purnomo, A. ., Murdianto, E. ., Anna, N. ., Ellina, A. D. ., & Peristiowati, Y. . (2022). Logistics Support for the Ambulance Services at Industrial City Qatar. Asian Journal of Pharmacy, Nursing and Medical Sciences, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.24203/ajpnms.v10i1.6947