Here is our catalogue of services where we have tried to answer in more detail any questions on the types of transport we offer, as well as our services and training courses led by Dr. Robert Török and GF Binder, Professor (University “Progres” Gyumri). If you still have any questions on our range of services that are not covered here, please contact us on +43 512 28 24 28.
Euroambulance is on the road for you throughout Europe. We provide fast, reliable and first and foremost high-quality patient transport for insurance companies, emergency call centres and private individuals. We have state-of-the art vehicles, top technical equipment as well as an excellent, friendly team that provides first-class support around the clock.
Euroambulance performances important transport services and assists you according to your medical needs. We transport you between two hospitals, take you home or drive you to the hospital.
Thanks to innovative medical and vehicle technology, we offer European-wide repatriations, depending on the traffic infrastructure of the particularly country. There are thus, as it were, no limits on ground-based patient transport. With the outstanding, always up-to-date medical technology equipment of our vehicles, even ventilated intensive care patients can be securely transported across long distances. Here, the patient is assisted under the direction of an experienced doctor and anaesthesia-intensive care specialist personnel. This ensures that patients receive optimal medical care, thus ensuring professional, comfortable patient transport.
“Dual Use” RTV
Our emergency vehicles are a hybrid between ambulance, rescue transport and intensive care transport vehicles, called “Dual Use RTV”. These RTV have, in addition to the DIN equipment, expanded general equipment and can serve all types of transport. The equipment basis for ground-based rescue transport vehicles is described in DIN standards. These define the basic minimum equipment. Our RTV rescue transport vehicles have, in addition to the DIN equipment required to carry out transport for medical reasons, special expanded medical equipment as ICTV – intensive care transport vehicles. The accompanying personnel has the required qualifications, expertise and many years of experience in intensive care medicine and interhospital transfer.
There is a particular challenge in continuing intensive care treatment seamlessly during transport in order to rule out inadequate transport conditions to the greatest extent possible. In addition to the selection of the right mode of transport, the type of care presents a major challenge during planning for all involved. As a rule, there cannot be any reduction in medical monitoring and therapeutic measures for intensive care patients. In some cases, an expansion of therapy must be considered, which places stringent requirements on the duty of care of the accompanying intensive care doctor and the team. The necessary adaptation of the therapy and continuous attention as well as good intensive care expertise of the accompanying doctor forms the basis for every patient transport.
Every phase of patient transport presents specific risks which need to be known and minimised through risk management in order to enable proper transport even over long distances. The planning and preparation of patient transfers is of crucial importance. This includes, in addition to the selected mode of transport, seamless cooperation of all involved.
Minimum transport stress
For patient transport at the national and international level, there are a variety of medical causes and legal requirements to follow, both on the customer’s end and during implementation. It is especially important during transport to protect patients from transport stress and transport trauma as much as possible, in order to achieve good shielding from stress for the transport phase. The rescue vehicle’s driving must be suited to the patient’s condition and as a rule, gentle.
The spontaneous course of a disease cannot be predicted in advance, therefore a worsening of the patient’s condition must be considered. Decisive here is that an expansion of the measures is possible at any time in ground-based patient transport, in contrast to other selected transport methods. For this purpose, the accompanying doctor has an extensive stock of emergency medications and intensive-care devices at his or her disposal.
Euroambulance is IQPT-certified
Both our vehicles and our employers are certified by the Institute for Quality Management in Patient Transport – IQPT (www.iqpt.eu). Our decades of experience and close collaboration with IQPT and its interdisciplinary advisory board guarantee you top treatment quality.