Managing the Complexities of a Medical Evacuation Abroad [Part 2]

The pandemic provided a crash course in evacuations for many, a reminder that crises can happen, often when we least expect them. But is *your* organization prepared for its next evacuation?

We recently teamed up with our friends at Allegiant Global Partners to provide in-depth technical insights for those who are charged with overseeing the medical evacuation process for their travelers abroad. In this virtual session, now available on-demand, some of the topics explored include:

    • Medical decision-making process for an upgrade in care
    • Evacuation destination considerations
    • Sequence and hurdles of a medical evacuation
    • Medical staffing considerations
    • Mental health support for all key stakeholders
    • …and more.

On Call’s Gabrielle Hosea, RN was part of this expert panel, drawing from her extensive medical transport experience to help you formulate lessons learned and walk away with deep-rooted knowledge to bring back to your own organization.

You can watch ‘Part 2’ of this virtual case study series by visiting this link; also, please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any additional questions in regard to medical evacuation planning abroad.

Note: participation in Part 2 does not require having attended Part 1, as a quick recap of Part 1 is provided at the onset of this session.

For over 25 years, On Call International has provided fully-customized travel risk management and global assistance services protecting millions of travelers, their families, and their organizations. Contact us today and watch our video to learn more. You can also stay in touch with On Call’s in-house risk management, travel health and security experts by signing up for our quarterly Travel Risk Management (TRM) newsletter.