International Life Flight will be a bronze sponsor at the 5th World Medical Tourism Congress which will take place on the beach in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami October 24-26th. The event in the largest educational and networking platform in the medical tourism industry featuring expert speakers and covering the most exciting educational sessions.
International Life Flight is committed to providing the highest standard for emergency air ambulance transportation and patient care. Its jet aircrafts are licensed as air ambulance vehicles, they are pressurized, climate controlled, staffed by a highly qualified flight RN and flight paramedic, and are configured with the latest state-of-the-art medical equipment.
International Life Flight is committed to providing the highest standards of aviation and medical excellence. Rapid patient evacuation and cruising altitudes of 50,000 feet provide patients with the combination of optimal speed and comfort while receiving state-of-the-art clinical care. The Lear is a midsized corporate jet capable of 550 mph, cruising comfortably with an extended range of nearly 1,800 miles. A Lear Jet can travel without refueling to most North American locations. The Hawker has a stand-up cabin and longer range, private lav, truly world-wide capability. Each aircraft has a flight crew of two, a flight nurse and flight paramedic, an FAA-approved reclining medical bed, seating for one or two family members and baggage, and a lavatory. A fast aircraft minimizes the patient’s time en route.
International Life Flight operates from its headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. Their principals have conducted about40,000 air ambulance missions. The company will soon have bases in Scottsdale, Arizona; Miami, Florida; and, St. Paul, Minnesota. They also have strategic relationships with a number of superior colleagues – within the US and around the globe – to get the mission done. Their Captains are Airline Transport Pilot rated and have thousands of hours of flight experience.
International Life Flight provides an ICU environment in an air ambulance with cardiac monitoring, invasive hemodynamic monitoring, IV infusion pumps, pulse oximetry, emergency medication, de-fibrillation with pacing capabilities, and advanced airway management. Their medical crew members are able to communicate directly with emergency room physicians at any point in the flight.
For more information visit: http://www.internationallifeflight.com/
The Medical Congress Team encourages all participants to network and schedule one-on-one netoworking meetings with International Life Flight’s team members through the congress networking platform . Visit them at their booth in the exhibit hall!