Users can choose the ‘Ola Emergency’ class on the Ola app and enter the drop location from an inventory of obtainable hospitals in the town.
The service is barely for medical travel that’s non-COVID-19 related and does not require an ambulance, like dialysis, chemotherapy, scheduled check-ups and bodily accidents amongst others, it mentioned.
Customers might be charged a nominal fare in accordance with the speed card to compensate the drivers-partners for their providers, it added.
“Trips to hospitals for medical urgencies are unavoidable, even in the current times. With Ola Emergency, we are able to facilitate trips to and from hospitals across the city through the Ola app,” the assertion mentioned.
“With over 100+ Hospitals in the city mapped, ”Ola Emergency” will be available 24×7 and will provide citizens with a reliable, convenient and safe transport solution for medical trips that do not require an ambulance,” it added.
The service has already been launched in Bengaluru, Vizag, Bhubaneshwar, Nashik and Varanasi, and might be launched in different main cities quickly, the assertion mentioned.