As readers will know from the previous post, Flight Medic UK flight paramedic Dylan Roberts flew back into the UK from working in remote Nepal and within hours was dispatched by the Flight Medic UK office to the Canary Islands to complete a repatriation.
Flight Medic UK Director of finance and governance, James Buck said:
“The safety and well being of our team and patients is always our number one priority. Dylan ensured he was well rested and made himself available after 72 hours of rest at home following the work he completed in Nepal. Within just 6 hours of him declaring his availability we were able to dispatch him to the Canaries to complete a repatriation. The work that was completed in Nepal demonstrates that his determination to succeed ensures a great outcome for the patients and our clients alike.”
The picture below is of the ambulance used to transport the patient to the airport in the Canaries.