Our Medical Transport is to provide integrated, high quality, medical transportation to the patients,
facilities and communities in which we serve.
We aspire to provide the highest quality treatment to patients,
before and after hospitalization and/or medical treatment,
in accordance with protocols established by the medical insurance companies within
our respective area, in addition to promoting corporate financial stability.
In order to meet our client’s expectations, and through our local and internationals providers we maintain a large fleet of technically advanced ambulances and specialty purpose vehicles designed to handle the routine and complex medical situations. Our provider's well-qualified staff of medical professionals is continuously trained to maintain the highest standards of patient care
For ground based travel, we provide multiple solutions depending on the needs of the patient.
Long distance non-emergency medical ground transportation is available in many different formats
including MedCoach, MedCruiser, MedSprinter, MedLift and Travel Nurse Companion Services
These services provide medical transportation with a nurse. The service is especially designed for stable senior citizens, the disabled elderly, or a bariatric patients who are traveling or relocating long distances. Patients are typically being transferred from a hospital, nursing home, rehab, bariatric or hospice facility. While the very best care is planned for the patient, please note that utilizing our medical transport medical transport that they are not an emergency ambulance nor are they equipped for patients resuscitation.
An air ambulance is an aircraft used for emergency medical assistance
in situations where either a traditional ambulance cannot reach the scene easily
or quickly enough, or the patient needs to be transported over a distance or terrain
that makes air transportation the most practical transport. These and related operations
are referred to as Aeromedical. Air ambulance crews are supplied with equipment
that enables them to provide medical treatment to a critically injured or ill patient.
Common equipment for air ambulances includes ventilators, medication, an ECG and monitoring unit,
CPR equipment, and stretchers. An important distinction should be made between
a medically staffed and equipped air ambulance which can provide medical care in flight,
and the use of a non-medicalized aircraft simply for patient transportation,
without care in flight.