When a flight department subscribes to the service, Aircare Access Assistance spends time in consultation with it regarding their operation. Understanding the types of missions, crews, passengers and current equipment helps us make recommendations that may improve treatment and response should a medical emergency happen.
Once the right equipment is specified Aircare trains the customer on that equipment and schedules training and practice. Aircare Access does not charge for Inflight medical training in our regularly scheduled classes throughout the US.
Aircare Mission Safety is partnered with the Emergency Telemedical Department of The George Washington University in Washington, DC. The George Washington University has one of the most respected and prestigious emergency telemedical departments in the world and has been Aircare’s partner for over a decade.
The scope of our Telemedical assistance is not limited to the actual emergency phone call. It begins when a flight department initially signs on with Aircare Mission Safety and includes every-day proactive services related to a potential medical emergency. Our aim is to provide training and services that continuously improve your crew’s safety, preparedness and proficiency.