Air Ambulance Vacation Membership
If you are planning a visit to the Eastern Caribbean, AeroMD vacation membership is any easy way to bring peace of mind to any vacation, be it on a remote island or charter yacht at sea. Short-term memberships start at just $30 USD per month for up to six family members. As a medically-underserved region, Caribbean hospitals are simply limited on medical equipment and human resources to adequately handle all medical emergencies. Oftentimes due to bed shortage or a specialized medical need, patients require medical evacuation flights to larger islands or the U.S. mainland. In such cases, AeroMD is best positioned to help, as the exclusive air ambulance service with aircraft based in the Virgin Islands.
The Caribbean is an area ripe for adventure. The inviting sea encourages visitors to partake in new water sports, from boating to snorkeling. Ambitious vacationers often push their physical limits to try something new… such as kite boarding or hiking a waterfall. As a result, the occasional injury occurs away from home. Vacation membership with AeroMD provides an exit strategy for such unexpected injuries or severe illnesses that may occur while on vacation.
For departments of tourism on islands across the Caribbean, partnership with AeroMD can make a destination more welcoming for vacationers. Especially catering to retired visitors at higher risk for major medical events, it is vital to have plans in-place for medical emergencies beyond what regional hospitals can handle. Particularly as many island communities continue structural facility recovery from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, numerous medical facilities remain limited on patient beds during phases of reconstruction.
AeroMD Air Ambulance serves our neighbors throughout the Caribbean and worldwide.
“My best case for survival was to be taken off-island.”
Charles Jaquays, AeroMD Patient
“You guys saved [my husband's] life.”
Eileen des Jardins, Patient Companion
“If it wasn't for [AeroMD], I wouldn't be here today.”
Hayley Rodriguez, AeroMD Patient