Combining the company’s medical and aviation experience with the latest in artificial intelligence (AI) technology, the app provides an intuitive, user-friendly interface that can be used even when offline. The app is now being used by 1,000 flight departments and over 4,000 aircraft globally to streamline care for passengers during a medical emergency.
Health and Travel Safety Push Notifications and Aviation Security Alerts go directly to the user's device, providing them with quick access to the support they need. The app also includes a built-in patient assessment module, allowing crewmembers to quickly and accurately collect critical data and transmit it to MedLink over Wi-Fi. Connecting a crewmember to a MedLink doctor is just a click away.
No matter the emergency situation, the MedAire app has been designed to provide the best possible care. Through its intuitive interface, 24/7 access to live-personal help, and built-in patient assessment module, the app aims to help crewmembers provide the best care for their passengers. Whether contacting MedAire using its app, VoIP, Satellite Telephone or ACARS, users have 24/7 access to live-personal help wherever they may need it.
MedAire’s Richard Gomez, VP, Aviation Training & Products Worldwide, will be a speaker at this year’s World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) 2023, taking place in Orlando, Florida from 18-20 April. Gomez will be presenting in the Cabin Crew Training Conference Stream, on “Empowering Crew to Manager In-Flight Emergencies, Beyond CPR and AED Training”. To find our more information about WATS 2023, click here.