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Medical Transport Fleet Information

The vehicles in our fleet are all maintained regularly and equipped with all necessary equipment for the job at hand. We use a range of different vehicles for our services, and information of the specifications of each class of vehicle can be found below for your convenience.

 

Frontline Ambulances

These are Intensive Therapy Unit / High Dependency vehicles, capable of carrying a Patient on full life support. They have 240v electrical supply as standard and have a range of equipment equal to that of NHS Emergency ambulances, including:

  • 12 Lead ECG/Defibrillator
  • Full Patient monitoring system
  • Stretcher facility with electro-hydraulic lifting system
  • Oxygen powered ventilation
  • Suction (Manual and electrical)
  • Spinal immobilisation
  • Piped Oxygen
  • Piped Entonox
  • Burns equipment
  • Trauma kits
  • Oxygen therapy and administration equipment
  • Cannulation and intubation
  • Airway management
  • Fracture management
  • Full range of Paramedic and anaesthetists drugs
  • Analgesia management
  • Ample seating for emergency crew
  • Air conditioning
  • Audible and visual warning systems
  • CCTV in rear compartment
  • Full Real-time Tracking facility from base 24/7 and ample spares and grab bags etc.
Patient Transprot Service Ambulances

Specifically designed for the transportation of the Non-Emergency Patient, these vehicles are not as intensely equipped as the Front-line ambulances but always carry equipment which could be required in the case of a non-emergency Patient becoming an emergency  case en-route. Vehicles are equipped with at least:

  • Automated External Defibrillation Equipment
  • Suction
  • Trauma management
  • Piped Oxygen
  • Resuscitation equipment (Manual)
  • Oxygen therapy and administration equipment
  • Stretcher facility
  • Rear Impact Protection Seat facility (Electric wheelchair clamping)
  • Unwin tracking
  • Air conditioning
  • Ample seating in rear compartment
  • Fully marked exterior and various other equipment available on request (Such as Pressure relief mattress etc).
Event Ambulances

Used specifically on Medical Event work, these vehicles come completely equipped to High Dependency standard as with Front-line vehicles in the fleet.

  • Spinal immobilisation
  • Piped Oxygen
  • Piped Entonox
  • Burns equipment
  • Trauma kits
  • Oxygen therapy and administration equipment
  • Cannulation and intubation
  • Airway management
  • Fracture management
  • Full range of Paramedic and anaesthetists drugs
  • Analgesia management
  • Stretcher facility with electro-hydraulic lifting system
  • Ample seating for emergency crew
  • Air conditioning
  • Audible and visual warning systems
  • CCTV in rear compartment
  • Radio communications with other vehicles/Ground Crews
  • Full Real-time Tracking facility from base 24/7 and ample spares and grab bags etc.
Event Support Vehicle

Used specifically for Medical Event work, this vehicle is the pride of the fleet when it comes to covering events both large and small. It comprises mainly of a huge compartment which accommodates a massive array of medical spares that may be required at any time in order to replace or re-stock the main event ambulances. No expense has been spared on making sure that a full range of emergency and non-emergency equipment has been put in place.

In addition to the extensive range of spares, this vehicle supports 240v Power supply from a built-in Cummins marine generator, giving a full 11KW of power through various points around the vehicle. It also supports a “Night Owl” system of floodlighting which can be aimed at specific points around the vehicle or used as a “Flood” variant, giving intense light in seconds.

Drugs can be refrigerated in the vehicle as well as other necessary sundries such as burns kits etc. Hand washing facilities and “Boiling” water are also available at the touch of a switch. This vehicle is again equipped with full audible and visual warning systems so is well equipped to deal with major incidents and emergency situations involving loss of electrical power on-scene.

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