AeroMD Ground Rollout in the U.S. Virgin Islands

AeroMD Ground Rollout in the U.S. Virgin Islands

New Ground Ambulance Fleet

AeroMD announces its own ground ambulance fleet. One AeroMD ground ambulance is based on St. Croix, while a second will soon be based on St. Thomas. A third roving critical care transport (CCT) vehicle floats between the three U.S. Virgin Islands, designated for disaster response. Initial use of these assets will be to transport patients cleared for medical evacuation flights, between the territory’s hospitals and airports.  

One ground unit is configurable for many different scenarios. This unit can be modified into a medical team configuration with up to nine passenger seats, and a secondary ambulance configuration is intended for response to multi-victim accidents or natural disasters, accommodating up to six patients on litters. Each variation incorporates extensive medical gear packs within the AeroMD CCT units.

Ground Ambulance  

Medical Gear

AeroMD has invested in high-tech gear to best equip its medical team to care for patients in ground and air ambulances. This includes modern ventilators, defibrillators, and IV pumps. 

Devoted Team

Members of the AeroMD ground and air ambulance teams are highly-trained, skilled professionals with years of experience specific to emergency medical transport. These critical care nurses, paramedics and respiratory therapists are experts at what they do.

Focused on the Caribbean Community

Serving the Caribbean since 2014, AeroMD has helped thousands of critical patients reach their medical destination. The addition of ground ambulances further expedites this process in life-saving situations where every second counts. 

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