NEW DELHI: Urban mobility firm Blade India, which affords chopper charters, on Wednesday mentioned it has launched a medevac service to bridge accessibility issues for these in want of emergency medical journey.
The medevac service by the Indian-arm of US-based Blade, which has been named Blade Care, will now provide aero-medical charters for each COVID and non-COVID sufferers with a staff of licensed docs, paramedics, and clinicians onboard.
“As a part of its services, the BLADE has partnered with MyHealthcare to bring to its patients a complete medevac ecosystem, using a network of ground ambulances, BLADE partner aircrafts or helicopters, using all government mandated protocols in transporting COVID & non-COVID patients,” the corporate mentioned in an announcement.
“BLADE Care is also open for regular air travel, for people who want to travel inter-state, return to their hometowns or any other place they feel the safest,” it added.
Blade, which earlier operated largely in Maharashtra and Karnataka, has now prolonged its services throughout India with Blade Care.
“The current pandemic crisis has resulted in a dire need for medicare facilities especially for those needing critical care. We have been inundated with requests from families of patients looking to transport their loved ones to other cities offering the relevant medicare facilities,” mentioned Amit Dutta, Managing Director, BLADE India.
“The partnership (with MyHealthcare) gives us the ability to serve leading hospitals and healthcare providers and bring to our patients the most experienced team for clinical care,” Dutta added.
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