A new medical repatriation service has launched in the UK.
Repatriation Medical Services is run by a highly professional team, experienced in all aspects of medical aviation and assistance.
Its management team consists of Director Adam Booth, who has worked in the medical assistance industry for nine years and has completed over 100 repatriations; Director Georgie Stooks, who is a Critical Care Nurse with seven years of experience in the repatriation industry; and Medical Director Dr Patrick Morgan, who is currently Clinical Lead for Critical Care, Outreach and Organ Donation at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust.
The service operates 24/7/365 and has its own in-house medical team to facilitate all types of medical repatriation from anywhere in the world. All of its staff are currently active within acute areas of the NHS.
The types of repatriation services offered include:
- Commercial repatriation with medical escorts
- Commercial stretcher
- Air ambulance transfers
- Road ambulance transfers
- End-to-end arrangements
- Bed admission.
On the launch, Booth and Stooks said: “We are really excited to have launched our new venture, connecting with the industry and leading the way, ensuring high clinical standards. Our holistic approach enables us to support patients and families at their time of need.”