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Global Repatriations. Personalised Service.
A Thousand Missions. Zero Incidents.
Medical Connect & Qantas
Medical Connect is proud to be part of the first Qantas Slingshot AVRO 12 week accelerator program. The program had 500 applicants and only 13 were selected for the program. We received the outstanding innovation award at the end of 12 weeks.
Medical Connect proposed the design of medical space on freighter aircraft using the power of express logistics networks to transport medical patients around the world in comfort and with dignity.
“Thank you for your personalised service. My Manager and I would enjoy speaking with you at a mutually convenient time in the future for a discussion on your services. I appreciate your report and the attention to detail that you provide. It is nice to know that [the patient] made it home to his family safely with the assistance of your services.”
Customer Advisor Work Cover Queensland
Andrew Heath – Director
Medical Connect is an Australian company and was established in 2006 to service and transport non-emergency patients from regional hospitals to tertiary hospitals using an innovative model of care. The company has built its reputation on safety and customer focus and has expanded to include high acuity repatriation on domestically and internationally routes. We have built our reputation on medical expertise and our ability to move with the times and technology. We boast an impressive client and partner list, as well as a track record of service excellence.
Medical Connect provides aeromedical and road transportation of patients during inter-hospital transfers or repatriation. We are innovative in our approach and our services are genuine. Our solutions are customised to meet your needs.
Western Hospital Melbourne to Maharaji Agrasen Hospital New Delhi India A 25-year-old female suffered a severe hypoxic brain injury secondary to a cardiac arrest and post severe asthma attack. After 120 days her condition had not improved. In summary her conditions included: Neurological Complex pain management neuropathy verses behavioral issues with extended periods of crying, […]
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney to Larnaca General Cyprus A 66-year-old female who arrived in Australian from Cyprus was, within 24-hours of arrival, found on the floor in a drowsy state, unable to move her left side and with slurred speech. A CT-brain scan showed an established infarct in the right middle cerebral artery (MCA), […]
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney to Auckland Hospital New Zealand A 78-year-old male admitted with headache, parasthesis to all limbs. A CT-brain scan showed WFNS scale grade-1 and Fisher grade-3 Subarachnoid hematoma. Shortly after he decreased his level of conscious and found to be in Ictus and was transferred to ICU and intubated. CT-brain scan […]
Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital to China Rehabilitation Research Centre Beijing A 30-year-old male from China fell from a three-story building and landed in the adjacent carpark. He was taken to Royal Brisbane Hospital where a Computed Tomography (CT) brain scan revealed a right partial Extra-Dural Haematoma (EDH), a burst L1-L3 anterior crush fractures with […]
Royal Melbourne Hospital to Military Hospital Vientiane Laos A 26-year-old male from Laos was on an exchange program from the Laos Army with the Royal Australian Air Force Defence International Training Centre (DITC), Laverton Victoria. He presented to Royal Melbourne Hospital with a headache, nausea and with a Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) of 14/15. A […]
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Perth to Kuala Lumpur Hospital Malaysia. A 30-year-old male from Malaysia on holiday in Australia presented to a General Practitioner with a 1-month history of blurred vision and vomiting. He was referred to an ophthalmologist and underwent A CT-Brain scan on the January 27, 2013. This scan showed crainocaudal heterogeneously enhanced […]