An emergency that requires a medical evacuation doesn't happen with every trip your client takes, but it can happen at any time. When it does, how can you ensure that you have the best partner by your side, ready to take to the sky?
Medical evacuations only really take place when:
If you have ever heard the term “air ambulance” and wondered what it is, we are here to help.
Time and again, people who are either in a remote location, or in a serious emergency have needed urgent medical care and require evacuation to an adequate medical facility.
And, this is where the concept of an air ambulance comes up.
As travel restrictions ease, many are embarking on long-delayed trips to visit family and friends across the globe. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to present challenges for international travel, including logistical hurdles for those who become seriously ill or injured abroad and require transportation back to their home country.
One of the essential skill requirements to work in the air ambulance industry is undoubtedly the ability to adapt and operate efficiently regardless of the resources and support available on the ground. Universal Air Evac conducts missions throughout Africa, Europe and the Middle East, presenting unique challenges to its doctors and paramedics. Often female medics face additional hurdles, which range from the practical to the patriarchal.
Universal Air Evac is Africa’s leading air ambulance operator, providing services throughout Africa, the Middle East, and Europe. The Universal Air Evac team has more than 30 000 flight hours of combined air ambulance experience, many of which have been earned under incredibly high-stress conditions.