air ambulance

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A helicopter, or, less commonly, a fixed wing aircraft, used to evacuate a person who requires immediate medical attention that cannot be provided on site
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air ambulance

Emergency medicine A helicopter or, less commonly, a fixed wing aircraft, used to evacuate a person who requires immediate medical attention that cannot be provided at his/her current location
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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With the addition of Medjet, Jet Linx Jet Card members and aircraft owners can enjoy an exclusive, proprietary discount on both the MedjetAssist and MedjetHorizon annual membership programs.
Medjet offers travel protection and medical transport, forging a global network of air medical transport affiliates and security providers over the past 28 years.
* Medjet arranges 'hospital of choice medical transfer--unlike travel insurance and platinum card benefits that are typically 'nearest appropriate facility' with significant medical criteria requirements, pre-existing exclusions, dollar caps, and claim forms.
Medjet also offers Medjet Horizon as an enhanced benefit program.
As I said, my choice has been Medjet; for information, contact--medjetassist.com/boddington.
US medical technology research and development firm Medjet (PINK:MDJT) has entered into a letter of intent to merge with eco-friendly and green consumer products provider For The Earth Corp.
Gordon, Ph.D., Medjet's founder, chairman of the board and CEO, jubilantly explained, "NJIT's initial assertions were inexplicable and were hurting our ability to move forward.
Medjet Inc., located in Edison, New Jersey, is a medical device company with the goal of developing, licensing, manufacturing and selling new cutting, drilling, layer removal and shaping instruments for surgical procedures based on its waterjet technology.
'This was simply not possible before using the Aero-C,' says Jeff Tolbert, president and CEO of MEDJet. Before switching to satellite last year, MEDjet had relied on HF radio communications, but the signal was subject to interference from storms and wasn't as secure as it needed to be.
In the event that a Medjet member becomes ill or injured and is hospitalized more than 150 miles away from home and requires inpatient care, Medjet will arrange transport to the hospital of the member's choice, virtually anywhere in the world, at no additional cost.
The Bar's Member Benefits program has added Medjet, a medical evacuation membership program, to its lineup.
MedJet will offer, Burgoon said, a 16 to 18 percent discount on annual or multi-year policies and up to a 10 percent discount on shorter term policies for Florida Bar members.