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A pair of new EAMC emergency ambulances

Nowhere is too far

We deal with specialist medical repatriation and patient transfer requirements on behalf of public and private hospitals and health care providers, insurance companies, and other organisations throughout the EU & UK.

Our repatriation ambulances are capable of operating air side at airports, ensuring that service users are safely transferred from airplane to our ambulance.

We also handle all the logistics involved with handing over care of service users, whether it be to a local place of definitive care such as a hospital, or elsewhere like a home residence.

Repatriation ambulance at an airport with an airplane in the background

Highly accommodating

Our specialist fleet of ambulances allows us to support every patient with their individual requirements and needs.

Stretchers – Our ambulances can support those patients that are bed-bound, or perhaps need a little extra help with their mobility.

Wheelchairs – We have plenty of space for wheelchairs in our ambulances, patients can remain in their wheelchairs, or can be assisted transferring out. We can accommodate most wheelchairs, including electric.

Bariatric – On our ambulances we can support bariatric patients using our specialist bariatric stretchers, and can even accommodate for bariatric wheelchairs too!

Security – We can also offer our secure ambulances which have fixed cells should the requirement for their use be deemed necessary.

Trained staff

For service users that require specialist care from trained professionals, we have dedicated blue-light capable ambulances with advanced patient monitoring equipment to accommodate all patient needs.

We can provide registered healthcare professionals, such as HCPC Paramedics, and NMC Nurses & Midwives. This also includes all of their advanced medications and controlled drugs to fully perform their duties.

Different locations can sometimes prove challenging when moving patients, which is why our ambulances come equipped with additional manual handling kit to tackle any challenge.