FAQ
Frequently Asked Question

Frequently Asked Question

For further details please contact (+62) 822-51-911-911 or email us at 911@aviamedic.com

  • Medical evacuation could be shortened to medevac or medivac. It has meaning of the timely and efficient movement and en route care provided by medical personnel to injured patients being evacuated from the scene of an accident to receiving medical facilities, or to patients at a rural hospital requiring urgent care at a better-equipped facility using medically equipped ground vehicles (ambulances) or aircraft (air ambulances).

  • the medical repatriation services offer sick passenger(s) the necessary medical evacuation services alongside the freedom to get treated in their home country in a familiar environment.

  • The medical team of Aviamedic consists of highly trained and experienced doctors specialized in the field of aviation medicine.

  • Our nurses are flight nurses. They have been involved in many medical evacuations and medical repatriation processes before.

  • The best answer is because of the difference in physiology aspects (factors) that will affect the transported sick passenger(s). As we all know, many conditions are different if we compare between ground and air transport.

    As we go to higher altitude, we will enter an unfamiliar domain that will be felt in our bodies. less pressure, less oxygen, and many other things. These variables impose potential instability on the condition of the sick passenger(s).

    That is why the doctors who are specialized in Aviation Medicine have been trained to deal with these variables to have the best health preservation possible.

  • Bed-to-bed service in Aviamedic means that we will arrange sick passenger’s medical travel from the initial departure point until the destination medical facility in the most professional and comfortable ways. The process of administration, operational, and technical will be handled by Aviamedic.

  • We have a standard team usually consists of 2 medical crew members, one of whom is a physician (Aviation Medicine Doctor), the other attendant could be a paramedic personnel (Flight Nurse).

  • The 4 steps are :

    1. Sick passenger registration
    2. Sick passenger assessment by the Aviamedic doctor
    3. Payment
    4. Fly
  • You have all the privilege to choose any of our wide range travel options that suit your needs. From commercial airline, private jet, and helicopter. To get our quotation, please contact (+62) 822-51-911-911 or email us at 911@aviamedic.com for further details.

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