Monday, September 14, 2020

ICATT to provide integrated air ambulance services

Hyderabad: ICATT (International Critical Air Transfer Team), an air ambulance company, is rolling out integrated air-based emergency medical services, bringing together aircraft, helicopter and land ambulances for last mile connectivity. Equipped with state-of-the-art German Isolation Pod, the company is providing safe transport for critical COVID-19 patients as well.

ICATT Air Ambulance services and Helicopter Emergency Medical Service are today available across 23 cities in India in addition to International Air Ambulance service in countries such as USA, Canada, Europe, Africa, UK, Australia and Singapore.
In 2020 alone, till date, the company has enabled 63 domestic transfers, 10 international transfers and seven organ transfers. It has recently airlifted an engineer from Afghanistan for a hip surgery in Hyderabad.

The company is founded by Dr Rahul Singh Sardar and Dr Shalini Nalwad, both MBBS, MCRA, FCAI (UK) with the vision to provide medical care in the most challenging of clinical areas and to bring air-based emergency medical services to India.

Speaking to Telangana Today, ICATT co-founder Dr Shalini Nalwad said, “We have recently partnered with aviation technology firm Kyathi Climate Modification Consultants (KCMC) for integrated air ambulance services. The ICATT Kyathi’s fixed wing aircraft for long-distance emergency medical transport, combined with helicopter and land ambulance services will provide last mile connectivity. We have a fixed wing aircraft and are deploying a chopper. We also have tie ups for twin-engine jets for international high-risk transfers.”
13/09/20 YV Phani Raj/Telangana Today
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