Contact with the referring medical facility (when applicable) after the case is initiated, to determine the patient’s medical needs during transport and confirm fitness for travel, before the medical transport actually happens.
A medical attendant, based out of the United States, who is prepared to address the patient’s needs for the entire period from initial to final contact with the patient.
Transmission of oral, written and electronic medical reports from a referring to a receiving medical facility.
Real medical oversight of the medical attendant, by a board-certified, US-based emergency medicine physician.
Arrangement of all air and ground travel, including travel oxygen and airline clearances for in-flight oxygen.