Specialised in worldwide patient transportation
EMS Ambulance is a medical repatriation company that specialises in worldwide patient transportation by road and by air. We are reachable 24 hours a day, every day, all year round. Wherever you are in the world, we can get you back home safely. Get in touch and tell us how we can help.
What is repatriation?
When a person is injured or falls ill abroad getting them back home can be a challenge as they might not be able to travel on regular transport. The specialist transport required to help patients get back to their home country is called medical repatriation, or sometimes medical evacuation. Medical repatriation companies like EMS Ambulance help patients get back home in a way that is medically safe, by road ambulance, medical escort or a dedicated air ambulance.
EMS Medical Escort provides the possibility for a patient to travel home on a commercial flight accompanied by a medical professional. Our medical team is ready 24/7 to head to the patient's location, bringing with us all the most advanced medical equipment, where our highly experienced doctors will carry out any necessary medical examinations and will subsequently prepare the patient for transport.
A repatriation by private air ambulance is by far the fastest way to bring a patient back home. It has the advantage of being able to transport even critically ill patients over long distances and across continents if need be. All the aircraft and helicopters that EMS Ambulance uses are specially modified for patient transport and fitted out with state-of-the-art equipment and life-saving technology.
Road ambulance transport is one of the safest and most comfortable ways for patients to travel. EMS Ambulance has a fleet of road ambulances specially suited for long distance travel. Every ambulance is ICU equipped and has a full complement of medicine and modern equipment on board, including a ventilator. To ensure patient safety and comfort over long distance drives, all our vehicles have automatic gearboxes to prevent jerks and starts, and are fitted with vacuum mattresses that can keep patients comfortable even over thousands of miles.