Ambulance response time is a key factor in dealing with emergencies.
Even the smallest delay has a negative impact in life-threatening situations. The sooner the ambulance responds, the better the chances of the patient surviving in all emergencies.
The geographical allocation of ambulance stations is directly related to the response time of the ambulances and to a faster medical intervention for the patients.
Taking into consideration the size of the area of Cyprus and the population, the Ambulance Service has developed ambulance stations in 23 different points/strategic areas, based on the number of units by proportion of population and the maximum response time of ambulances.
The only goal is to save human lives, by combining the minimum response time with the optimal provision of emergency and prehospital healthcare.
|Nicosia District||Nicosia General Hospital Station|
|House of Representatives area Station|
|Klirou area Station|
|Limassol District||Limassol General Hospital Station|
|Linopetra area Station|
|City Centre station – Old Hospital|
|Pachna area Station|
|Larnaca District||City Centre station|
|Oroklini area Station|
|Kofinou area Station|
|Famagusta District||Ammochostos (Famagusta) General Hospital Station|
|Paphos District||Paphos General Hospital Station|
|Ayioi Anargyroi Station|
|Peyia Ambulance Station|
|Polis Chryshochous Station|
|Pyrgos Tylliria Station|