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Leading California Air Ambulance Service Aeromedevac Now Offering Medical Flights to the United States From All Locations in Mexico

July 24, 2013

Aeromedevac is now providing medical transportation services from Mexico to the United States for Americans who need to be airlifted to U.S. medical facilities for emergency or urgent care.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

Aeromedevac, one of the world’s leaders in air ambulance service for more than two decades, is now providing medical transportation services from Mexico to the United States for Americans who need to be airlifted to U.S. medical facilities for emergency or urgent care. Aeromedevac’s recently added Mexico medical flights enhances its reputation as the air ambulance service to call for transportation throughout the United States and international locales.

Aeromedevac’s state of the art fleet of fixed wing aircraft is fully equipped to meet every emergency medical transportation need. Aeromedevac assures patients and their families of peace of mind and expeditious, professional transportation back to the United States for those in need of critical care, including transplant candidates who must be moved immediately to U.S. medical facilities. Americans traveling or living in Mexico who are in need of medical care in U.S. hospitals can count upon Aeromedevac to transport them in comfort in a smooth riding fixed wing aircraft that is fully equipped with all essential emergency equipment and is overseen by highly qualified medical personnel to tend to the patient’s every medical necessity.

Aeromedevac California air ambulance service handles every detail in transporting patients from bed-to-bed to their U.S. destination, including handling all necessary paperwork, arranging for ground transportation at both ends of the trip, and even accommodating any family members or others who need to accompany the patient at no additional cost, when medically appropriate. As an added convenience, complete details and price quotations can be made on line at http://www.aeromedevac.com, as well as by calling 619. 284.7910 or 800.462.0911 in the U.S. or Canada; 1.619.284.7910 outside of North America; and 001.800.832.5087 in Mexico.

All planes are multi-engine, climate-controlled and pressurized fixed-wing aircraft. Aeromedevac's fleet also includes specially designed non-pressurized rotor-wings (for special medical events only) that are specifically configured for providing critical care and advanced life support, including state-of-the-art transport ventilators, infusion pumps, cardiac monitors, noninvasive monitoring, and an expanded pharmaceutical inventory. The aircraft also feature aero-med stretcher systems, built in suction, oxygen and inverter, Drager Ventilators, ProPac Monitors, MiniMed Infusion Pumps, 2011 M-Series Defibulators, an extensive drug and medical supply inventory, and a team of one flight registered nurse and one flight paramedic.

In addition to the security of having personalized air ambulance service, the privacy of all patients being transported is guaranteed. Aeromedevac adheres to all aspects of the Department of Health and Human Service’s Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA), which dictates the patient’s medical information privacy, practices that health care organizations and their partners are obligated to follow. Aeromedevac also guarantees that all physicians, medical facilities, and service and care providers adhere to the HIPAA privacy regulations as well.

Aeromedevac’s more than two decades of providing medical flights throughout the U.S. and internationally has established a stellar reputation as one of the leading evacuation services in the world. The service provides medical transportation for ill or injured individuals, family members, managed care companies, hospitals, military, and governmental embassies and agencies with its fleet of fixed wing flying ambulances. The San Diego-based operation arranges ground transportation and delivers highly specialized care and necessary incidentals for successful transportation. Each plane is equipped similarly to an intensive care unit/emergency room, allowing specialized crews of registered nurses and critical care paramedics or other medical personnel to facilitate care for patients in need of urgent treatment, including organ transplants, cancer treatments, specialized surgery, burn care, advanced head trauma and spinal injuries, and other serious conditions that require expedited medial air ambulance transportation.

Aeromedevac also actively works will many U.S. consulates and hospitals to provide medical air ambulance support when needed in the repatriation of foreign nationals to their homelands in cases where patients who are not U.S. citizens are injured or ill but do not have the proper paperwork to stay in the U.S. Aeromedevac works as a liaison between medical facilities and consulates to arrange for the international transportation of these foreign national patients to facilities in their home countries. “We assist in this process by helping the hospital in filing the proper paperwork with the Consulate by contacting the receiving facility and negotiating for the receiving of the patient,” Dain Pulis, Aeromedevac’s director of patient benefits, explained.

Aeromedevac is a founding member of the International Air Ambulance Alliance-Fixed Wing (IAAA), recognized for raising international professional standards of air ambulance providers while creating transparency for insurers, medical assistance companies and individual clients of air ambulance services. The European Aero-Medical Institute, the top accreditation body for U.S. and European air medical evacuation providers, also accredits it.

Full details of Aeromedevac’s services can be obtained on line at http://www.aeromedevac.com or by calling 619. 284.7910 or 800.462.0911 in the U.S. or Canada, 1.619.284.7910 outside of North America, and 001.800.832.5087 in Mexico.

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