Air Ambulance Repatriation

An air ambulance aircraft is used for medical repatriation in situations where medical services are not adequate or the patient needs to be moved to be closer to home from overseas. Air ambulance aircraft are different from ambulance helicopters which are used for short medical rescues where ground ambulances are not suitable.

Air ambulance crews are supplied with equipment that enables them to provide medical treatment to a critically injured or ill patient. Common equipment for these type of patient transport aircraft includes ventilators, medication, an ECG and monitoring unit, CPR equipment and stretchers. Air Ambulance International (AAI) is at your service, 24 hours a day, to accommodate all your medial repatriation needs to the maximum level of safety, comfort and efficiency.

An air ambulance medical company is expected to have emergency medical technicians, paramedics, flight nurses, a respiratory therapist and in some cases a physician; but in critical cases they are required to have a physician and a nurse. The aircraft used for an air ambulance is specially designed for life supporting activities. So, there are a few differences in the interiors of the aircraft. The best medical equipment is on board to help support the flight medical crew attend to the patient. The main air ambulance service is transporting a patient from one location to another as fast as possible while ensuring the patient is medically secure.

If you require a medical patient travel service to repatriate you to Maidenhead, you can get in touch with them at AAI, by calling them on +44(0) 1753-654751 or visiting their web site where you can use the contact form.

Prices for repatriation depend on the medical and equipment required. The operations team will help you match your budget or if you didn’t know what kind of services you need, just ask them what service they would recommend.  After that, they will ask you for further information such as the name of the patient, age, current location of the patient, destination and then the medical company will handle other necessary arrangements. Operations will monitor the flight process until the patient is successfully transported.

So, when our life or the lives of our beloved ones are threatened and we’re really in need of secure and fast aeromedical flight transportation, Air Ambulance International provides the best, comfortable, worry-free, complete bed side to bed side medical flight transport.

Air Ambulance International has 24×7 operational bases in Houston, Texas and London Heathrow and coordinates worldwide air ambulance services from these operations centres.

 

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