Medevac & Repatriation
Oxford hosts several specially equipped aircraft for emergency medevac (air ambulance), organ transplant or repatriation missions.
24 hr emergency operations are permitted in and out of Oxford Airport (with prior permission).
AirMed is the UK’s largest fixed-wing air ambulance provider and has been operational for over 25 years. They are the only UK air ambulance operator to have a dedicated fleet of jets available for repatriation services and the first one to have been awarded EURAMI Full Accreditation 'Special Care' and be fully Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered. With a worldwide AOC, highly experienced and trained operational staff, flight and medical crew combined with owning and maintaining their fleet of 9 aircraft, AirMed can provide the best possible and most cost-effective solution.
AirMed is extremely respected and work with all sectors within the industry, for example: assistance companies, UK Blood & Transplant Authority, ambulance companies, the armed forces, governments, the NHS, brokers, hospitals and private individuals. From their base here at London Oxford Airport, AirMed is in an ideal geographical location to provide an immediate response to those critical movements anywhere in the world.
With access to highly skilled medical practitioners who are clinically current through their ongoing work within the local Oxford Radcliffe NHS Trust, you can rest assured that AirMed will provide the best care and attention possible to each and every patient carried on board their air ambulances.
AirMed has invested millions of dollars over the last 7 years and a large portion of this has been in medical equipment thus ensuring that the most modern equipment available for air transfers is on board our aircraft. Further substantial investments will be made in the future making sure that AirMed continues to lead the market in terms of expertise, equipment and experience. One specialty that AirMed has recently invested in and launched is their new neonatal transfer service AM AirBorn.