There are many different kinds of air ambulances available to patients. These include international transport specialists and, in contrary, services that focus on domestic transport. Patients that need to be transported from one country to another can use a private air service. These international transport services provide medical supplies and equipment onboard a private aircraft. They are also familiar with the procedures and necessary preparations a patient needs to travel internationally. Often there are flight paramedics and nurses available that are used to travelling the landscapes of international hospitals, airports, and territories. These individuals can be your best guides and resources if a family member or patient of yours is in need of an international transport.
A coordinator at air ambulance can arrange transfer from bedside to bedside to make your family or patient have the smoothest international possible. Flight team members have the ability to navigate foreign territories, airports, and hospitals. You want to be provided the best service possible for your family or patient. Remember that safety and care of your patients is priority on all international air ambulance flights.