EMS, Medical Evacuation & Repatriation
PhilJets has made an unwavering commitment to become the best provider of airborne medical evacuation and repatriation services in the country. As a matter of fact, delivering medical evacuation services is given priority over the daily activities of our charter company, PhilJets Aero Charter Corp.
Our Motto: Your life, above everything…
In times of emergency, like unexpected hazard or serious injury, our helicopter rescue team will deliver prompt medical services to patients and repatriate them to medical facilities or hospitals that are capable of providing appropriate treatment. To make sure that patients will get the treatment that they need, PhilJets has partnered with numerous reputable medical institutions in the country. Partner hospitals include St. Luke’s Medical Center, Makati Medical Center, Asian Hospital And Medical Center and Chong Hua Hospital.
PhilJets is one of the very few medical
PhilJets also has partnerships with Lifeline, Inc., a fast-growing healthcare organization based
On-site patient medical treatment
HEMS & Medevac
Helicopter Rescue Team
Medical logistics of equipment, supplies and personnel
Disaster Relief operations
Aircrafts for Medevac Operations
PhilJets uses only the most suitable
For medevac operations, PhilJets’ go-to options are the H145 and the King Air 350. The H145 is a twin-engine helicopter, making it a safer choice over single-engine helicopters because if one of its engines fails, the other one can just take over. The H145’s body is also conducive for medevac operations. It has wide sliding doors that allow for easy entry or exit of patients and its spacious cabin has enough room for the medical team, the patient, and all the equipment necessary for first-aid response.
Equipment used for Medevac Operations
Not only are these equipment cutting-edge, it will also be handled by trained and qualified professionals. The medical teams that PhilJets sends to missions like these are composed of aviation medical doctors, flight nurses and support crews that are all knowledgeable with basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) procedures.