Sometimes the only way to safely transport a patient is by air ambulance transportation. Air ambulances are specially equipped aircraft designed for relocating patients from one facility to another with continuous medical monitoring to ensure their safety.
Saving time is the first step in saving lives. Air Ambulance Services are used when ground transport could endanger a patient's life. They are also indispensable when the patient is in a remote area and time is critical. Both fixed wing aircrafts and helicopters provide the services. Aviation companies take care of the aviation logistics.
Medical aspects like trained personnel, equipment and care are provided by Shalom Enterprises Ambulances. Shalom Enterprises Ambulance's services conquer time and distance in emergencies. And saves lives. Shalom Enterprises offers rapid and direct response, 24 hours a day and every day of the year, to acute medical emergencies.
The fleet, extends throughout Indian sub continent. The Shalom Enterprises fleet can utilize small airfields unavailable to larger aircraft, ensuring shortest possible connecting journeys. Shalom Enterprises can fly airways and, on emergency medical services, its aircraft are accorded priority at major airports. Shalom Enterprises is equipped for intensive care and able to carry a seriously ill stretcher patient with a doctor and nurse in attendance. The larger aircraft also offers the chance for relatives to travel with the patient, in air-conditioned comfort. An incubator is available for neonatal care.
Ground support includes the widest possible database of medical, aviation and surface transport contacts worldwide, available on line, plus a comprehensive inventory of drugs and medical equipment. The aircraft are equipped for in-flight intensive care with E. C. G., Cardiac Monitor, Defibrillator, Portable Ventilator, Suction machine, Pulse Oxymeter , Oxygen, Emergency Medicines, Resuscitation kit, Nebuliser, Syringe Pump, Bipap, Pace Maker and Spine Board. An incubator can be carried for premature babies.