Beijing plans to build 340 emergency workstations in three years, according to Lei Haichao, director of the city’s health commission on April 12, 2019.
This year, 30 to 40 standard emergency workstations will be built in 13 districts of Beijing.
It is planned to build five emergency workstations in nursing homes, three in parks, two in fire stations and three in traffic police stations.
The remaining will be established at community healthcare centers and in hospitals. The city’s fill rate of emergency call can reach over 90 percent by the end of 2019.
In addition, it will take Beijing three years to standardize 233 emergency workstations in 16 Districts by renovation or expansion.
The District Government will finish the work of about one third of the total amount of emergency workstations within its area each year.
The city emergency center will spend three years in bringing emergency workstations in central urban districts into the flat management system, on the basis of implementing flat management system on emergency workstations in Dongcheng District and Xicheng District in 2019.