Friday, January 26, 2007
posted by PabloPabla at 11:25 am

Medical advancement has increased the chances of survival of patients of differing illness and injuries. However, all these medical advancement in techniques and medication will come to naught if patients are unable to receive these medical attention early in an emergency such as accidents in hard to reach areas eg. mountainous or hilly terrains.

One case I encountered was when a Malaysian tourist was involved in a road accident in China and was duly flown back to Malaysia for further treatment at his hospital of choice. Likewise, another case where a Malaysian worker in Vietnam was flown back to Malaysia for further surgery after a road accident in Vietnam. It is comforting to the patient when he knows he can receive treatment from his preferred medical centre though it may be miles away.

Aerocare provides medivac service worldwide and their service is touted to be safe, secure and reliable. This is based on their commitment to provide highly trained medics and the latest equipment with well qualified flight crews.

It goes without saying that a well maintained fleet of aircrafts would be essential and this is what they ensure they will provide. Aerocare utilizes the Cessna 421C, Beechcraft King-Air 200 and Lear 35A aircrafts for their medivac service.

In recognition of their quality service, Aerocare received the re-accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) retroactively back to March 29, 2006. Being one of only 53 CAMTS accredited fixed-wing programs worldwide and one of only 8 in the Midwestern United States, Aerocare is bound to be the medivac service of choice for many.

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