The Vital Role of Rescue Helicopters
The primary mission of our rescue helicopters is to transport a qualified emergency doctor to critically injured or ill individuals in record time. Experts believe that the initial 15 minutes can be the difference between life and death. Hence, integrating these helicopters into the national rescue service is crucial.
Beyond emergency responses, these helicopters are instrumental in transferring critically ill patients between hospitals. They ensure patients receive the highest level of medical care promptly, bypassing traffic congestion and the challenges of ground transportation.
Direct Hospital Access
Our rescue helicopters offer the advantage of landing directly at most hospitals, thanks to helipads. This direct access eliminates the need for multiple transfers, allowing patients to move seamlessly from the hospital to the helicopter.
- Specialized crew: every helicopter transfer is manned by a specialized physician and flight nurse, ensuring top-tier medical care during transit.
- Efficiency: direct landing capabilities at hospitals for a smooth patient transfer process.
- Safety: equipped with advanced medical facilities to handle emergencies during flight.