Our medical air transport services range from commercial airline nurse escort service to air travel consulting. Medical transportation by way of train, ship or ground can be arranged in unique circumstances. Flying Nurses International will coordinate all of the details for air and ground travel and provide a flight nurse escort to accompany the more acutely ill or injured patient traveling on a commercial airline or a private aircraft.
Government entities, Workers compensation programs, US Embassies, Private Insurance companies, Managed healthcare plans, Skilled nursing facilities, Private hospitals, Medical teaching institutions, Rehabilitation centers, National health institutes, Private individuals.
Travel assist companies, Travel Insurance companies, Travel organizations, Student groups, Maritime companies, Fishing vessels, Cruise ship lines, Foreign Consular offices, Immigration services, Private individuals.
We assist with all phases of travel: from your home, a hotel, a cruise ship, or hospital bed, until you reach your final destination. After determining your medical transport needs and consulting with your health care provider, we will advise you as to the safest, most cost effective form of travel.
We obtain travel documents and medical orders necessary for your medical transport. Written medical clearance is obtained from your primary care physician and is required by most major airline carriers. We streamline your travel needs by coordinating all ground and air transportation including: oxygen, wheelchair, ambulation assistive devices, and other specialized medical equipment. We will coordinate each travel detail to ensure that all your medical transport needs are met from bedside to bedside. We can also assist in obtaining confirmation of insurance benefits.
We closely monitor your medical status from your first phone call until reaching your destination. Under the direction of your personal physician and health care team, we receive updated medical reports until your departure to ensure that we modify your flight plan to secure a safe arrival. All treatment administered in-flight follows medical orders provided by your primary care physician. Emergency treatment is performed in accordance with the American Heart Association Basic Life Support Standards.