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Auxilia AeroMedical Assistance

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In the world of repatriation, Auxilia AeroMedical Assistance shines a new light with her fleet of specialized ambulance aircraft.

That’s because aeromedical services are our core business – not a side-product. As a result, our planes are equipped with state-of-the-art IC equipment, staffed with highly experienced medical teams and operated by seasoned pilots.

Our aeromedical services include:

  • Answering your aeromedical questions
  • Escorting and monitoring patients from everywhere to anywhere
  • Managing and providing (intensive) care from bed to bed, also in case of critical illness

We can take entire transports off your hands or send a medical team for parts of the journey – with one of our jet-aircraft or an established airline.

 

Interested?

For Emergencies: Call +31-(0)85 0600 112

Feel free to contact us at any time for more information or read about our services.

Helping out is in our name

Planes have made the world rapidly smaller: we can reach every corner of the earth, and many of us travel extensively. But during a trip, people can fall ill or have an accident. In case of repatriation, we are auxiliary to any return home: it’s in our name!

 

History

Auxillia AeroMedical Assistance may be a new fish in the pond. Still, we bring with us over 25 years of experience in repatriation. We combine best practices with solid solutions to aviation, medical and repatriation challenges. The result: impeccable aeromedical service.

 

Brand Values

Professional

We employ board-certified Medical Specialists (BIG Registered and /or registered by the Bundesärztekammer) and many nurses are ICU or Ambulance registered. Our pilots are type rated and hold a valid EASA flight license.

 

Quality

Our staff has first-rate knowledge in the following fields: (emergency) anaesthesia, ICU, paediatric anaesthesia, paediatric ICU, cardiology, internal medicine, (trauma) surgery, and neurosurgery. Many of them also have military experience and have worked during disasters and pandemics. (EBOLA/COVID)

Education

All medical team members have been extensively trained and have regular refresher training. For example, we aim for all teams to have ultrasound experience to enhance out-of-hospital medical troubleshooting.

Tools

Our medical escorts come equipped with well-stocked suitcases, our aircraft is instantly operational. We have an in-house flight ticket agency and a fully-equipped aircraft ICU. What we’re saying is: we employ state-of-the-art tools and equipment.

Crew Resource Management

We leverage ideas, routines, SOP’s, situational awareness and communication skills to prevent human error and enhance patient safety. As a result, we are a valuable asset to any team.

Versatile

Need help but unsure of what it is you require? Feel free to give us a call, and we will help you out.

Certification

We work towards a quick recognition according to EURAMI standards, ISO Certification, IATA standards For a Business standard.

Meet our management team

We are highly passionate about patient care and customer satisfaction and hope to inspire our clients and employees.

PJ. Dirven, MD

Medical Director

Doctor PJ Dirven’s track record is difficult to put together in a few words.

Dr Dirven is still one of the leading Anesthesiologists at the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam.

Dr Dirven was one of the founders of the Dutch (air) Mobile Medical Teams.
Aside from his work as Medical Director and advisor for Auxilia, he is the founder and lecturer of the extra specialization for Flight Surgeons within the study Anesthesiology

S. de Lange, MD

Deputy Medical Director

Dr. de Lange is a Specialist Internal Diseases, a specialized Intensive Care Doctor and one of our Flight Surgeons.

Dr. de Lange studied Medicine at the University of Utrecht. During his time at University he became highly interested in Cure and Care of potential unstable patients. Post graduation, he went to Santiago de Compostela in Spain to start his residency to become a well-trained Intensive Care doctor. Post residency Dr. de Lange worked in different hospitals around the globe, such as the Dutch Caribbean, Spain and Switzerland.

At present, Dr. de Lange, is one of the leading specialists of the ICU at the “Zuyderland Ziekenhuizen” in the Netherlands.

E. Liedermooij

Director Sales and Operations

Almost born on the final approach of runway 18 of Schiphol Airport, Mr. Liedermooij carries everything related to aviation as a dominant virus in his blood.

Post graduation he held various positions in aviation from Cabin Attendant to Station Manager of a Airline and many operational jobs in between. Mr. Liedermooij started Lifeline Critical at Brussels Airport in 2006. This ISO certified company specializes in Logistics of human tissues, and Planning and Logistics on behalf of Euro Transplant Belux. Lifeline further organized repatriation flights for governmental and non-governmental clients.
The company was sold in 2013.