Thank you for you concern for my daughter. She is due in 2 1/2 months, well within any doctors recommendations for travel.
Again, I'm not trying to be difficult here. We DID transport the patient via personal vehicle once We were ltold the ambulance wasn't coming. I'm not sure what protocol is here, but when we called the ambulance and were told it was on its way, I don't think anyone here felt it appropriate to forget about them and drive him on our own. That would truly have been a waste of emergency resources (had they actually been on their way).
Also no complaints with the Divi. They stayed with us and did everything they could. Including roviding transportation once we found out the ambulance wasn't coming.
I'm only suggesting that if we can improve the services, by all means do so. But if we can't, then we certainly need to improve the procedures.