Our Equipment

Our Top-of-the-Line Air Ambulance Equipment Ensures Safe & Comfortable Flights

Air Ambulance Equipment A prime factor in delivering top-quality medical care is the equipment that is used. That’s why Medway Air Ambulance equips our jets with only the latest, cutting-edge medical equipment, which is operated and maintained by our own experienced and dedicated team of full-time medical professionals. Our air ambulance equipment includes ventilators, cardiac monitors, and point-of-care testing, allowing Medway to provide bedside-to-bedside critical care. It also consists of:

A Well-Maintained Aircraft Fleet

At Medway, we own and maintain our own fleet of eight Learjet aircraft, and they are some of the fastest and most reliable aircraft in the air ambulance industry. Our full-time staff of aviation engineers and technicians works with our pilots to uphold a regular maintenance schedule for our aircraft, as well as keep a tight grip on quality control. This comprehensive approach to fleet maintenance and operation has resulted in a reliable and dependable fleet that you can count on.

State-of-the-Art Neonatal Air Ambulance Equipment

When premature and newborn babies need to travel to a medical facility to receive specialized care, we utilize top-of-the-line isolettes to ensure they receive continuous medical treatment throughout the flight. And, with an unblemished safety record, it’s easy to understand why parents across the country entrust us with the medical transport of their most precious cargo.

ICU Equipment for When It Matters Most

Reliable and high-performing medical equipment is a necessity in the air ambulance industry. That’s why our jets are fully equipped to function at the same level as an intensive care unit. This ensures even the most critically ill patients can receive the medical treatment they need.

For more detailed information on the air ambulance equipment that we use, contact Medway Air Ambulance today. One of our friendly staff members will be happy to answer your questions.