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European Air Ambulance Certified Neonatal And Paediatric Air Ambulance Service Now On Stand-By

A small change that will make a big difference to our youngest patients!

At European Air Ambulance (EAA) we strive to constantly improve the services we offer clients and patients, as we aim to maintain our status as one of Europe’s largest specialised air ambulance service providers - offering dedicated and cost-effective emergency medical repatriation 24/7/365 worldwide.

Young children and babies have a special place in our hearts, and we put particular emphasis on our neonatal and paediatric aeromedical transport services, using our highly trained and experienced medical crews and state-of-the-art equipment.

Listening to our clients, whose feedback is so important to us, we noticed that the availability of specialised paediatric teams was often an issue. Transporting young patients is challenging both medically and logistically, and for many assistance companies it can take several days to call in the most qualified medics and assemble the appropriate equipment.

So we decided to make a change that will further improve the services we offer our smallest and most important passengers, as we feel we simply can’t let these VIP patients wait!

Therefore, we have now a certified neonatal crew on stand-by on the duty roster every day – meaning a paediatrician specialised in neonatology and a specialised flight nurse will be at the airport shortly after activation, ready to start a paediatric or neonatal mission.

On our fleet of dedicated air ambulances, they have full access to our high-performance equipment that replicates as closely as possible a neonatal intensive care unit, including travel incubators with heated/humidified ventilators and invasive/non-invasive monitoring and treatment capabilities. We have two incubators of our own, constantly pre-heated and ready to be loaded onto one of our five dedicated aircraft for missions worldwide.

The emergency medical transport of a baby or child can present huge challenges – but thanks to our expertise and experience, we minimize the risks, and guarantee every client, patient and family the very best care in the air.

 

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EURAMI Names Claudia Schmiedhuber Managing Director Of EURAMI e.V. And CEO at EURAMI Global GmbH

The European Aeromedical Institute is delighted to announce that Claudia Schmiedhuber has accepted the position as Managing Director at EURAMI e.V. as well as the position of CEO at EURAMI Global GmbH. Claudia has extensive background in the aeromedical and assistance industry and has successfully managed EURAMI as Interim Managing Director since September 2019.

Claudia is also the CEO & Founder of Alpine Health Consulting which she will continue to work with as an independent consultant and lecturer.

The Board would like to thank Andrew Wither for his work and dedication to the advancement of EURAMI and wishes him all the best for his future.

With many exciting projects coming up, the EURAMI Board and Office is embracing this new chapter and is looking forward to further increase the service, accreditation portfolio and membership experience.

 

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AirMed Flight Crews Complete Training for Kathmandu, Nepal

Following a recent increase in the number of requests for repatriations from Kathmandu in Nepal, AirMed has taken the decision to invest in additional flight crew training and gain approval for operations into this complex airfield.

“We are constantly communicating with our clients to find ways in which we can enhance our service” says Jane Topliss, Director for Business Development. “With the increasing ease of access to the Himalayas and the growing popularity of travel to that area, it has become clear that our clients have a developing need for air ambulance capabilities in and out of Kathmandu, especially as it is known that the healthcare facilities in this region are limited.”

Kathmandu is a complex airport to operate from because of the difficult terrain and high altitude. Due to this all flight crews have to have specific training on the air traffic procedures at the airport prior to them being approved to be able to operate there. This is an annual training and approval requirement which is being integrated into AirMed’s standard flight crew training programme.

Two of AirMed’s Learjet 35A flight crews have already gained the approval with the remaining pilots scheduled to complete it during their next recurrent 6 monthly simulator training in the U.S.

Jane added, “During the last few years AirMed has gained considerable experience in longer distance air ambulance missions. Last year we repatriated patients from as far afield as Uruguay and Brunei and by providing this additional capability we are ensuring our clients are not only being provided with the highest quality of care for their patients, but also a service which covers the majority of geographical regions. We never stand still, we are continually developing in terms of what solutions we can provide to our clients and ultimately to our patients.”

About AirMed

AirMed is a specialist fixed wing air ambulance company based at Oxford Airport (EGTK) in the UK. They have been operational for nearly 30 years and can provide specialist services like neonatal, paediatric, obstetric, burns and ECMO. Their fleet consists of 5 aircraft; 2 x Learjet 35As, 2 x Piper Cheyenne IIIAs and 1 Piper Cheyenne IIXL all of which are owned and operated by AirMed and are maintained at AirMed’s EASA Part 145 Approved Maintenance facility. AirMed is registered with the Care Quality Commission in England and holds Full Accreditation “Special Care” with EURAMI. During 2013 they carried out 600 patient transfers including one adult patient with 95% full thickness burns.

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London’s Air Ambulance Launches New Charity Partnership With Vocalink

London’s Air Ambulance, the charity that delivers an advanced trauma team to critically injured people in London, has formed a two-year strategic partnership with VocaLink, who will provide the charity with financial and resource support.

Launching the partnership, the UK and international payments provider is assessing the ways in which to enhance the donation systems and the associated technologies used by the charity.

Graham Hodgkin, CEO of London’s Air Ambulance said: “It is ultimately the donations from people and businesses that enable us to save lives each day. Improving the donation experience and making the process easier for our supporters will enhance our fundraising effectiveness, allowing us to continue our life-saving work. As organisations that are both renowned for excellence and built on values of innovation and leadership, we believe this partnership has scope to support the ongoing transformation of the charity and would like to thank VocaLink employees for choosing us as their charity.”

VocaLink has pledged to provide pro bono expertise and support the charity in maintaining and enhancing its life-saving service to London via staff fundraising activities.

Cara O’Nions, Marketing and Customer Insight Director at VocaLink said: “We are pleased to have partnered with London’s Air Ambulance, a new addition to our Responsible Business programme. Welfare of the residents of London is of prime importance to us as a number of our employees, customers and business partners are also a part of this community. VocaLink is driving innovation in the payments industry and sharing this expertise will provide London’s crucial life-saving service the enhanced financial system support they require to be readily available to the people in need.”

London’s Air Ambulance has served London for 25 years. Having treated over 30,000 critically injured patients in London and attended most major incidents, since inception, the charity relies heavily on the generosity of the people of London to maintain its service. In its 25th year, the charity is asking for your help to acquire a desperately needed second helicopter and to recruit additional pilots and fire crew to extend its daylight flying hours in the summer months, enabling the service to reach an estimated further 400 patients per year by aircraft.

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Air Methods Awarded Contract to Provide Services to Haiti Air Ambulance

Air Methods Corporation (Nasdaq:AIRM), the global leader in air medical transportation, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Haiti Air Ambulance Service, Inc. ("Haiti Air Ambulance"), a New York not-for-profit corporation, to provide air medical transportation services to the Republic of Haiti.

Under the agreement, which is similar to a traditional hospital services contract, Air Methods will provide two Bell 407 helicopters (primary and dedicated back-up) and employ three pilots and two mechanics. Haiti Air Ambulance will employ the clinical crew and provide medical direction. Initially the service will conduct daytime only, inter-facility transports from outlying hospitals back to designated trauma and critical care facilities. As the country's EMS infrastructure begins to develop, scene transports may become a reality. The base will be located near the airport in the capital city of Port-au-Prince, and operations are anticipated to start in first quarter of 2014.

"Air Methods is very pleased to support Haiti Air Ambulance's wonderful humanitarian effort to bring such a valuable health care resource to the citizens of Haiti," said Aaron Todd, Air Methods' Chief Executive Officer. "Patients with survivable injuries in Haiti too often die because of lack of trauma care in remote parts of the country and poor road conditions. The ability of this service to extend the reach of trauma services in an expeditious way will save and improve hundreds of Haitian lives annually."

"At Haiti Air Ambulance, we find this service is an inescapable step toward increasing health care capacity and enhancing health care access to the citizens and visitors of Haiti, and it will directly contribute to the development of my country," said Reginald Auguste, Haiti Air Ambulance Board Member. "To accomplish the mission, we are proud to partner with the proven world leader in air medical operations, Air Methods. This is life changing for the country."

Air Methods Corporation (www.airmethods.com) is the global leader in air medical transportation. The Air Medical Services Division is the largest provider of air medical transport services in the United States. The United Rotorcraft Division specializes in the design and manufacture of aeromedical and aerospace technology. The Tourism Division is comprised of Sundance Helicopters, Inc. and Blue Hawaiian Helicopters, which provides helicopter tours and charter flights in the Las Vegas/Grand Canyon region and Hawaii, respectively. Air Methods' fleet of owned, leased or maintained aircraft features over 400 helicopters and fixed wing aircraft.

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Devon Air Ambulance Trust Receives Olympic Support

Olympic skater and head judge on ITV’s Dancing on Ice Robin Cousins recently visited the Devon Air Ambulance airbase to officially announce that he and the Westpoint Arena had chosen to support the Charity at the Robin Cousins’ ICE shows at Westpoint next February during half term.

There’s a special surprise for supporters too, as when they buy their tickets over the phone from the box office for the gala night on 08444 999 955 quoting DAAT they won’t only be donating 10% back to the Charity, but they will also receive a very special wristband, which will get them into a special VIP reception afterwards, to meet the fantastic stars of the show.

Caroline Creer, Fundraising Director of Devon Air Ambulance Trust said “Sadly Robin won’t be able to make it to the performances himself, as he will be in Russia commentating at the Winter Olympics, but we hope to be able to have a video message from him which will make the evening that bit more special. “Therefore it was great that he could pop in and see us beforehand, so we could show him around the aircraft, meet the on-duty crew, and explain how the money donated via ‘ICE’ will make a huge difference to the community.”

Caroline added “If you would like to come along on another night, that’s fine too - you can book tickets by ringing 08444 999 955 and don’t forget to quote ‘DAAT’; even if you aren’t going to the gala evening, you can still pledge 10% of your ticket sales to us (except for ticket package offers - offer not available online).” Tickets start at £22.50 for adults and from £12 for children.

Robin Cousins commented “I’m thrilled that we will be supporting Devon Air Ambulance Trust by contributing 10% of each ticket sale where ‘DAAT’ is quoted. The work the Charity does is hugely important in Devon so please join us to continue to make a difference.”

Sarah Toms from Westpoint Exeter added “We are delighted Westpoint is able to support Devon Air Ambulance Trust through Robin Cousin’s’ ICE ticket sales. Devon’s Air Ambulances offer a fantastic service and we hope our funding will go some way to supporting the local community. On behalf of Westpoint we look forward to meeting supporters on the opening night performance at our after show party and hope they will enjoy the opportunity of meeting the stars of the show!”

The new winter show will be held at Westpoint, Exeter for 5 nights, starting Wednesday 19th Feb 2014, during February half term.

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Reva Air Ambulance Completes Acquisition Of American Care Air Ambulance

REVA Air Ambulance (“REVA”), the largest dedicated fixed-wing air ambulance service provider in the Americas, has completed the acquisition of American Care Air Ambulance and its affiliates (“American Care”).

American Care is a dedicated fixed wing air ambulance provider with operations in San Diego, CA and Spokane, WA. The American Care transaction continues REVA’s geographic expansion and further strengthens REVA’s presence and coverage of the Western U.S. and Asia. American Care has a 19+ year operating history and a strong reputation with its loyal client base. As a result of the American Care transaction, REVA now operates a fleet of more than 10 aircraft at 5 strategically positioned bases, with continued growth expected in new planes and markets. American Care founder Milan Floribus will continue as a valuable member of the REVA team and the American Care operations will benefit greatly from the increased scale and capabilities of the combined company.

“We are excited to have Milan and the American Care team join the REVA family and to expand REVA’s presence in a key region. This combination will allow us to better serve our existing clients and we look forward to working with new clients through our partnership with American Care” said Stuart Hayman, CEO of REVA.

Milan Floribus added, “REVA was the right partner for us given their extraordinary professionalism, dedication to patient safety and impressive global alliances and capabilities.”

Mr. Hayman added that REVA remains interested in acquiring or partnering with additional fixed wing air ambulance providers.

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Half Way Around the World and Back

Half Way Around the World and Back

  • The challenges of transporting patients over long distances.

There is no quiet time for European Air Ambulance. Even during periods when others are enjoying a holiday, EAA teams have to be on stand-by for any eventuality. Each mission carried out by EAA is unique, but some stick in the memory more than others.

A Japanese journalist in Kuwait to cover that country’s elections ends up injured in a taxi accident. The taxi driver dies at the scene, but the journalist survives with severe injuries. He is admitted to a Kuwaiti hospital for treatment. His insurance company is contacted to arrange his transfer back to his native Japan. Due to the serious nature of his injuries, the insurance company decides to use European Air Ambulance to carry out the transfer between Kuwait and Japan. After all, EAA has the requisite equipment, experience and know-how to transport intensive care patients over long distances. As soon as the patient is deemed well enough to travel, EAA will carry out the transfer from the hospital in Kuwait to a hospital in his hometown of Nagoya.

“Planning a flight that has to go half way around the world is highly complex,” explains EAA flight planner Jürgen Willems.

For a start, weather conditions have to be taken into account; particularly during seasons when conditions are unpredictable and can change by the hour. Short-term contingency planning has to be made to adapt to the circumstances. In addition, wind direction also has to be taken into account. A following wind can allow an aircraft to travel further and means different and fewer stops than when facing a head wind, which can lead to more fuel consumption and therefore require more landings en route. The countries being flown over can also affect the flight planning. Flying over India and China, for example, can involve complications.

Flying over Indian airspace or making a stopover landing there involves dealing with lots of bureaucracy, while China often refuses flights in its airspace by foreign airlines. “But the quickest way to fly the patient from Kuwait to Japan involved flying over both India and China,” says Willems. “We planned the mission so that the crew would have an overnight stay in Kuwait. This had two advantages. Firstly, it allowed our medical team to visit the patient in hospital the day before the flight and to get their own impression of his care and state of health. Secondly, it meant we didn’t lose time by having to change crew in Kuwait for the Japan leg of the flight. The whole flight planning team was involved, and so we were fully prepared for any eventuality in case of last-minute changes due to meteorological conditions, or a short-notice withdrawal of overflying or landing permissions.”

While the flight planners were in “crisis” mode, pilots Robert Marquet and Eric Wagner were taking off in air ambulance LX-LAA for Kuwait. On board were the medical team of Dr. Mark Schorr and intensive care nurse Guido Genten. As planned, the medical team was able to visit the patient in the hospital in Kuwait the day before his repatriation.

“The medical standards in the Kuwait hospital were very high. It was a private clinic with state of the art equipment and internationally experienced doctors. The patient was receiving optimum care, something that we do not often find,” says Guido Genten.

“When we arrived to collect the patient for transportation to his home the next morning, everything was prepared.” An ambulance, which had been organised by the flight planners, was ready to transport the patient and the medical team to the airport. “The patient was receiving artificial respiration, but was in a stable condition. Because of his skull-brain trauma, he was also receiving a drainage to siphon off excess fluid and prevent swelling,” explains Genten.

“In the hospital, such a system automatically drains the right amount of fluid from the brain. But in an airplane you have to take into account pressure differences and often have to carry out the drainage manually.”

Thanks to the optimal care on board the aircraft, the flight from Kuwait to Japan ran smoothly. “In Japan we experienced the great cultural differences between Europe and Asia.”

As difficult as it was to get landing permission in Japan, everything was made easy for the crew at the airport. Hardly had the aircraft touched down on the tarmac when it was met by a high-level official from the airport authority, who personally ensured that the medical team and the patient could avoid the usually strict security controls. “I have rarely experienced such a smooth operation. Even the next day, when we had to pass through the security checks again, they were performed efficiently and with great courtesy. In less than three minutes our passports had been scanned and our fingerprints had been taken. We didn’t even have to carry our luggage – it was taken straight to the aircraft.”

Once half way around the world in a short time, coming into contact with different cultures and facing the challenge of difficult weather conditions and political adversity – just an everyday and yet extraordinary mission.

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GlobalMed International

GlobalMed International is a leading provider of professional medical transportation services by air and by land. Providing insurance, assistance and private companies air ambulance flights, medical escorts on commercial airlines, repatriation and MEDEVAC solutions, GlobalMED International provides life saving assistance with a critical focus on the medical aspects of the transportation. When you have a patient that needs to be flown back home or to a location with a better medical standard, which company will you choose? Let us give you some advice.

Insiders know that a cheap transport makes it much more expensive afterwards. Severe medical side effects of a low quality transport often reveal themselves not earlier than 24 to 48 hours afterwards. Atelectasis, pneumonia, decubital ulcers are just some of these. Are you already sure on the choice of company? Not yet? Good! Who is performing the transport? Is it a primarily medical company or an aviation company?

This is important for making an estimation how your patient will be treated. A patient is much more than just "living cargo“. And who is with the patient? In some countries it is allowed that even critical care patients are flown without a physician. Why are there differences in the quite strict regulations for ground interfacility transfers of critical care patients compared with the air transfers?

Ask for the qualification of the medical personnel on the plane. Your patient is worth a specialist intensivist and registered ICU/anesthesia nurse. Paramedics have a different medical education, being well-trained for emergencies, but not for the nursing needs on longer flights. And look for the bed-to-bed service, taking over the patient from the treating staff and handing over the patient to the treating staff in the receiving hospital. This reduces the risk of losing important information. Are you still not sure which company to choose? Good! Besides the operations and the personnel there are differences in medical equipment. Just check if the provided equipment really meets the needs of your patient.

If your patient is comfortably awake on a ventilator with a semi spontaneous breathing mode, the transport ventilator should be able to provide the same. Besides for moving the patient on the transport stretcher, additional sedation means an active additional vulneration of the patient. Do you already get a clearer image? Well, there is some more information. The smaller the plane, the harder it gets to provide good and safe medical treatment. Here medical expertise, nursing abilities, experience and good equipment make the difference.

GlobalMED International – the only medical operated company that just uses specialists for intensive care medicine and registered ICU/anesthesia nurses, providing a worldwide multilingual bed-to-bed service with the top-of-the-list equipment and superior hygiene standards.

Range Of Services

  • Critical care treatment on air ambulance flights
  • Medical escorts on commercial airliners
  • Extreme longrange medical escorts
  • Education for air medical personnel
  • Quality advise for air ambulance companies
  • Achievement of medical information in foreign hospitals
  • Medical recommendation on „fit-to-fly“ status
  • Medical travel advice

Air Ambulance

  • Five dedicated air ambulance Learjets
  • Four in permanent double stretcher configuration
  • Based at Cologne Intl. Airport
  • No nightflight restrictions
  • Own maintenance facility

New Tempur mattresses

Especially on longer flights patients are endangered to develop decubital ulcers. To fight this danger all stretchers have new Tempur matresses, clinically proven to reduce the rate of decubital ulcers, dramatically. Also the pillows were exchanged by new ones with variable thickness to increase the patient's comfort.

Desinfection of the planes

After each mission the complete interior of the planes including all medical equipment is desinfected with the „Bio Sanitizer“, a device working with hydrogen peroxide. Its' effectiveness is granted by the Robert-Koch-Institute (the German CDC). Cross-infection of a patient with multiresistant bacteria by contaminated surfaces is not possible anymore.

Medical Escorts

  • Mainly starting from Frankfurt Intl. A
  • irport One of Europe's gateways to the world
  • Many direct connections
  • Base of Lufthansa's Patient Transport Compartment for intensive care patients (PTC)

Medical Personnel

  • Consultants in Anesthesiology, Critical Care, and Emergency Medicine
  • Registered Nurses in Anesthesiology and Critical Care

Additional Training

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • Paediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
  • Newborn Resuscitation Management (NRM)
  • Intensive Care Transport Course
  • Altitude Physiology
  • Hygiene
  • Safety equipment on the aircraft
  • Flight emergency training with evacuation
  • Smoke in the cabin & Ditching
  • Hazardous materials
  • Survival
  • Communication / CRM

Qualification of GlobalMED's Medical Director:

  • Board Member, Medical Advisor and Instructor for the IAFCCP - Germany
  • Auditor and recent Board Member for EURAMI
  • Member of the Air Medical Physician Association
  • Board certified in Anesthesiology, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Pain Therapy, Travel Medicine, Altitude & Trekking Medicine
  • Leading Emergency Physician
  • Instructor for paramedics of the German Red Cross
  • 22 years experience in intensive care and emergency transports
  • 11 years experience in air ambulance transfers, (3 years medical director of a big air ambulance company)
  • 7 years experience in Helicopter Emergency Medical Services

Address: Auf Roedern 7c, D-56283 Pfaffenheck

Phone: +49 6742 897 425

Fax: +49 3212 100 5018

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: www.globalmed-international.eu

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GlobalMed International

GlobalMed International is a leading provider of professional medical transportation services by air and by land. Providing insurance, assistance and private companies air ambulance flights, medical escorts on commercial airlines, repatriation and MEDEVAC solutions, GlobalMED International provides life saving assistance with a critical focus on the medical aspects of the transportation. When you have a patient that needs to be flown back home or to a location with a better medical standard, which company will you choose? Let us give you some advice.

Insiders know that a cheap transport makes it much more expensive afterwards. Severe medical side effects of a low quality transport often reveal themselves not earlier than 24 to 48 hours afterwards. Atelectasis, pneumonia, decubital ulcers are just some of these. Are you already sure on the choice of company? Not yet? Good! Who is performing the transport? Is it a primarily medical company or an aviation company?

This is important for making an estimation how your patient will be treated. A patient is much more than just "living cargo“. And who is with the patient? In some countries it is allowed that even critical care patients are flown without a physician. Why are there differences in the quite strict regulations for ground interfacility transfers of critical care patients compared with the air transfers?

Ask for the qualification of the medical personnel on the plane. Your patient is worth a specialist intensivist and registered ICU/anesthesia nurse. Paramedics have a different medical education, being well-trained for emergencies, but not for the nursing needs on longer flights. And look for the bed-to-bed service, taking over the patient from the treating staff and handing over the patient to the treating staff in the receiving hospital. This reduces the risk of losing important information. Are you still not sure which company to choose? Good! Besides the operations and the personnel there are differences in medical equipment. Just check if the provided equipment really meets the needs of your patient.

If your patient is comfortably awake on a ventilator with a semi spontaneous breathing mode, the transport ventilator should be able to provide the same. Besides for moving the patient on the transport stretcher, additional sedation means an active additional vulneration of the patient. Do you already get a clearer image? Well, there is some more information. The smaller the plane, the harder it gets to provide good and safe medical treatment. Here medical expertise, nursing abilities, experience and good equipment make the difference.

GlobalMED International – the only medical operated company that just uses specialists for intensive care medicine and registered ICU/anesthesia nurses, providing a worldwide multilingual bed-to-bed service with the top-of-the-list equipment and superior hygiene standards.

Range Of Services

  • Critical care treatment on air ambulance flights
  • Medical escorts on commercial airliners
  • Extreme longrange medical escorts
  • Education for air medical personnel
  • Quality advise for air ambulance companies
  • Achievement of medical information in foreign hospitals
  • Medical recommendation on „fit-to-fly“ status
  • Medical travel advice

Air Ambulance

  • Five dedicated air ambulance Learjets
  • Four in permanent double stretcher configuration
  • Based at Cologne Intl. Airport
  • No nightflight restrictions
  • Own maintenance facility

New Tempur mattresses

Especially on longer flights patients are endangered to develop decubital ulcers. To fight this danger all stretchers have new Tempur matresses, clinically proven to reduce the rate of decubital ulcers, dramatically. Also the pillows were exchanged by new ones with variable thickness to increase the patient's comfort.

Desinfection of the planes

After each mission the complete interior of the planes including all medical equipment is desinfected with the „Bio Sanitizer“, a device working with hydrogen peroxide. Its' effectiveness is granted by the Robert-Koch-Institute (the German CDC). Cross-infection of a patient with multiresistant bacteria by contaminated surfaces is not possible anymore.

Medical Escorts

  • Mainly starting from Frankfurt Intl. A
  • irport One of Europe's gateways to the world
  • Many direct connections
  • Base of Lufthansa's Patient Transport Compartment for intensive care patients (PTC)

Medical Personnel

  • Consultants in Anesthesiology, Critical Care, and Emergency Medicine
  • Registered Nurses in Anesthesiology and Critical Care

Additional Training

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • Paediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
  • Newborn Resuscitation Management (NRM)
  • Intensive Care Transport Course
  • Altitude Physiology
  • Hygiene
  • Safety equipment on the aircraft
  • Flight emergency training with evacuation
  • Smoke in the cabin & Ditching
  • Hazardous materials
  • Survival
  • Communication / CRM

Qualification of GlobalMED's Medical Director:

  • Board Member, Medical Advisor and Instructor for the IAFCCP - Germany
  • Auditor and recent Board Member for EURAMI
  • Member of the Air Medical Physician Association
  • Board certified in Anesthesiology, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Pain Therapy, Travel Medicine, Altitude & Trekking Medicine
  • Leading Emergency Physician
  • Instructor for paramedics of the German Red Cross
  • 22 years experience in intensive care and emergency transports
  • 11 years experience in air ambulance transfers, (3 years medical director of a big air ambulance company)
  • 7 years experience in Helicopter Emergency Medical Services

Address: Auf Roedern 7c, D-56283 Pfaffenheck

Phone: +49 6742 897 425

Fax: +49 3212 100 5018

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website: www.globalmed-international.eu

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