The provision of Emergency Medical Services and support to a variety of clients in “high risk” or “high risk remote” locations. These services cover all client operations in tandem with the various stages of their project life cycles.
Ensuring the Health & Safety of a National workforce and expatriate population. Providing a Medical Assistance Infrastructure to mitigate
“on-site” risk, and minimize Health & Safety impacts ensuring the continuity of client business and productivity in the event of medical emergency incidents.
The supply of “on-site” clinics, Medical Emergency Services, medical staffing, medical procurement, medical assistance training via our market leading Aerocare Training Academy, risk impact assessments, Emergency Response & Evacuation plans, Aero-Evacuations and 24 hour Contact Centre Medical Assistance Services.
Generally the clients have their own safety team that inspect and recommend certain proactive measures. Our paramedics are usually involved to give a medical input. While the paramedic is onsite and Aerocare stationed a mobile clinic, the paramedic will see patients under the primary healthcare section and refer to another specialist if needed.
Our Site Based Medical Services Department have their own medical doctor dedicated to the planning and roll out of our stations at sites. The paramedics will have a direct line of communication to the medical doctor should there be a medical query. We also have a second doctor available through our National Emergency Contact Centre that can assist where needed. Usually the paramedic will liaise with the medical doctor when a patient needs to be referred to a specialist facility or evacuated to South Africa.