Medway Air Ambulance is a top-performing critical care transport service. Over the last three decades, the professionals of Medway have moved over 14,000 patients worldwide.
What is Critical Care Transport?
A critical care transport service takes over the care of a sick patient when he or she must move from one facility to another. This is necessary when the patient’s transfer requires special handling to ensure continuity of care.
Not all air ambulance services are able to provide that fluidity for patients because their role focuses only on transport. At Medway Air Ambulance, the flight team consists of healthcare experts able to manage a critically ill patient. Each team ensemble consists of highly specialized healthcare professionals that create a mobile intensive care unit onboard our fixed wing airplane ambulance.
Why Choose Medway?
Medway Air Ambulance works directly with each facility and the patient’s providers to create a safe environment for a bed to bed transport. Medway is one of the largest fixed wing air ambulance operators in the country with crews that consist of on-staff:
- Respiratory therapists
Each team is custom designed to meet the needs of the patient.
Medway owns and operates each aircraft, as well, providing 24-hour availability 365 days a year. The patient ambulance transport is fully licensed for controlled substances, meaning the medical staff can provide any necessary and appropriate interventions during the transport to keep the patient stable.
Medway Air Ambulance service is licensed by the federal government as an air ambulance company with an:
- Air Carrier Certificate
- Certificate of Aircraft Liability Insurance
- Schedule of Aircraft
- US Air Carrier Certificate of Insurance
- Controlled Substance Certificate
- Certificate of Medical Liability Insurance
- EURAMI – Long Rang/Intercontinental Fixed Wing
Put simply, Medway Air Ambulance has the medical staff, medical air plane and reputation to provide you with the critical care transport you need to almost anywhere in the world.
Give us a call to learn more about critical care transport.