Wars, natural disasters, life threatening infections and life itself are just a few examples for the way air ambulance interior manufacturers design and produce their life saving products.

Acts of terror, earthquakes and hurricanes, car accidents, capsized ships, and even Ebola have been around for many years, but not in the abundance we are witnessing today.

Air ambulance operators are following trend and want to be up to date with the possibilities and services an air ambulance must offer its patients. A skiing accident in the Alps, a premature birth in a farmhouse deep in the heart of nowhere are just a few possible rescue missions that an air ambulance operator may face each day. He never knows what might come next, a broken leg or even a severely injured person requiring immediate intensive care. He has to be ready, and that, as quickly as possible.

Thanks to the possibilities of Air Ambulance Technology’s “Quick Conversion” EMS interiors, helicopters can be transformed in a matter of minutes to cater for every mission they are required for. A stretcher can be exchanged for an incubator, an intensive care unit can be exchanged for a non intensive care unit without any time consuming alterations, and if necessary, a module not needed for the specific rescue mission can be replaced by seats for passengers. “Quick Conversion” interiors offer many different patient and passenger transport possibilities depending on the mission’s special requirements.

Due to the ever-increasing danger of deadly infections and diseases, medical equipment and the interiors mechanical parts are being designed and manufactured to be cleaned and disinfected without any time consuming disassembly of the aircraft interior. After a patient has left the helicopter the water tight surfaces of keyboards, flat monitor screens and even the leak proof medical helicopter floor with its blood dam are quickly removed, (if necessary) cleaned and disinfected leaving it ready for the next assignment.

Whilst the materials used to build the mechanical parts of the aircraft interiors get lighter and stronger, the number of medical equipment possibilities an air ambulance operator may need is rapidly growing.

Medical equipment carriers are being designed to manage with interchangeable equipment, which, in the case of “out of aircraft medical assistance”, can be removed and taken to the waiting patient, to give immediate treatment outside the aircraft.

Air Ambulance Technology “Tailor-Make” all their aircraft interiors. The customer’s special requirements are always taken into consideration and implemented into the finished product, giving them the interior they need.

A utility helicopter can be converted into an EMS helicopter in just a few minutes. After the specially designed medical floor is placed and screwed onto the existing helicopter floor, the medical equipment carrier with its devices, the oxygen system, the medical crew seats and lastly, the stretcher can be installed.

It takes less than 20 minutes to fully install an Air Ambulance Technology “Quick Conversion” EMS helicopter equipment into a helicopter, getting you into the air and helping you to save lives, faster.