24/7 Emergency Inflight Support Program
NATA-Med powered by AirDocs is an exclusive program that improves operational safety and inflight assistance - 24/7.
NATA-Med reduces liability by giving pilots inflight access to medical personnel. In addition, the service helps avoid costly and unnecessary flight diversions and coordinates ground assets post flight.
Assistance before, during, and after flights:
NATA-Med acts as the company physician, writing prescriptions and tailoring onboard med kits
Training: Crew medical kit training seminar either in person or via video conference.
Cockpit placards provided for communication and direction
Flight planning: Real-time medical, security, and travel info about locations on itinerary: crew alerts with itinerary specific updates
Go/No Go Assessments: flight surgeons determine if crew or passengers can fly
Emergency care provided solely by flight surgeons
Global airspace monitoring and resources to advise recommended alternate airports
Coordinates ground medical assets and transition patient to appropriately equipped medical provider
Coordinates medical evacuations when appropriate
Incident documentation reporting provided to management within 24 hours of event
This Program is resourced by flight surgeons and was created by Harvey Watt & Company (HWC), in conjunction with former NASA/Space Shuttle Recovery Team Senior & Chief Flight Surgeons, and US Space Command/USAFR Senior Flight Surgeons.
Discover how this program can assist your operation with personalized, relevant and affordable resources right when you need them.
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