REVA can transport you to the medical facility you need to go to. If you're experiencing cardiac issues, our medical team will provide the best support throughout the flight so you're comfortable and safe. Here's a guide to getting medical air transport for cardiac issues.
If you or someone you know has cardiac issues and has difficulty getting to a hospital or other medical facility, a medical air flight could help. REVA is a medical air ambulance transport company available worldwide to help patients get to their locations. A caregiver, case manager or patient can request medical transport and coordinate a flight with one of our team members.
The person who requests the transport will give our team the information we need to make the flight as accommodating as possible. We'll need to know the locations where the patient should be picked and dropped off, if a doctor requested the transport and any other information deemed essential for us to know.
Contact REVA and request a n air ambulance.
REVA confirms details and condition of the patient. REVA will coordinate all aspects of the transport.
Patient is tended to and arrives safely to their final destination.
Every patient receives safe, efficient and compassionate care when flying with REVA. Our medical crews are full of professionals, from doctors and registered nurses to critical-care paramedics and registered respiratory therapists. Together, our medical professionals have accumulated thousands of hours of experience in emergency room response, critical care and air-ambulance transport. If you're one of our patients, we'll ensure you receive the best care. Our crew completes ongoing training regimens so they stay updated with the latest medical techniques and technology.
You can trust REVA for exceptional medical assistance during the flight. The flight case managers make sure all accommodations for your flight are complete according to your medical situation. Before take-off, the medical team will assure you feel safe and comfortable.
Our medical professionals collectively have accumulated thousands of hours of experience in air-ambulance transport, critical care and emergency room response.
REVA’s medical team is staffed by highly qualified specialists in emergency care, including flight doctors, registered nurses, critical-care paramedics and registered respiratory therapists.
Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Care Unit and Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Emergency Department Basic and Pediatric Life Support, Neonatal Resuscitation, Prehospital Trauma Life Support
“It is the sacred responsibility of every REVA medical professional to provide the finest care to our clients.”
David A, Farcy is one of the preeminent physicians in the highly specialized field of emergency care and critical-care medicine. Dr. Farcy, who joined REVA as its medical director in 2015, is the senior editor of Critical Care Emergency Medicine, which means he has literally written the book on emergency-care.
REVA’s medical staff has the knowledge and expertise to provide excellent care to every client.
REVA Medical Director Dr. David A. Farcy is a distinguished physician has been recognized internationally for his contributions to the field.
REVA requires its medical staff to take part in regularly scheduled training. REVA requires training and education that is ongoing on a daily basis and intensive in its approach.
When a client requests medical air transport, our dedicated staff will handle all the necessary preparations for the flight. We determine your insurance coverage, ensure all your documentation is complete and coordinate the medical and aviation crews so you receive the best experience. Our highly advanced and efficient communications hub, "The ROC," is available 24 hours a day to answer your questions and help coordinate flights.
Each of our air ambulances has the highest standard equipment in the industry, so clients receive exceptional care while in the air. Our medical crew can monitor and help keep your cardiac issues stable throughout the flight. We also coordinate ground transportation, so once the flight lands, you'll be safely on your way to the medical facility.
Knowing the signs of emergency cardiac issues will prepare you for the chance you or someone you know experiences them. When you quickly determine that something isn't right, you'll have more time to call for help and receive the proper medical treatment. Here are some signs and symptoms to look out for in case of emergency cardiac issues:
These signs are common for several cardiac issues, so it's vital to get immediate medical assistance to diagnose the problem and provide proper treatment. Receiving care before cardiac arrest occurs will save lives. If sudden cardiac arrest happens, the signs are immediate and drastic. A person will collapse, lose consciousness, have no pulse and stop breathing. Common signs for cardiac issues can happen before cardiac arrest. When you take the necessary precautions and understand the signs and symptoms, you'll be more prepared to help during emergencies.
Steve Williams is an on old hand, with more than 30 years’ experience in emergency medicine. In other words, he’s seen it before, he’s done it before. He also currently holds the position of Team Commander of the FIU FAST Team, which is a disaster recovery team, and Deputy Team Commander for the federal government’s Trauma & Critical Care Team South.
REVA works with major group health carriers to determine the benefits and exclusions your insurance covers. We will help you through the insurance process and handle the documentation so you can focus on receiving the best care. Our team will help expedite your approval, confirm the benefits and appeal any denials to ensure you have the best payment solutions.
Our Client Resource Managers are AVAILABLE 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, to apply our expertise to your insurance needs. Call any time and get the help you need.