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Global Guardian, LLC Makes New Air Ambulance Service Acquisition


Global Guardian, a provider of duty-of-care solutions has recently acquired Air Ambulance Card, LLC. Air Ambulance Card is a firm based in Birmingham, Alabama that operates an air medical evacuation program. They also offer a program in which members receive a no-cost air ambulance service and medical repatriation services. Unlike with insurance, Air Ambulance Card members do not have to pay for deductibles or submit their claims forms.

Air Ambulance Card and Its Air Ambulance Service

Air Ambulance Card provides a 24-hour service through which members can arrange for medical transportation via air ambulance. The firm helps them coordinate every aspect of their medical transport service, right from the transportation to coordination of patients’ medical records between hospitals and doctors. They also provide patients’ families and loved ones with ongoing updates about the status of their arrangement. To become a member, individuals need not meet any specific medical requirement or be free of pre-existing conditions.

Global Guardian and the Acquisition

Global Guardian is based in McLean, Virginia. Their security and duty-of-care services expand globally. They provide services such as personnel tracking, medical support, executive protection,        travel intelligence, and emergency response. They also provide a range of risk mitigation services, which helps organizations in protecting their staff and business operations across the globe.

The acquisition of Air Ambulance Card by Global Guardian means that the two firms will be merging their capabilities. As a result, they will further improve the quality and level of service they provide to those with medical transport needs. Global Guardian will enable Air Ambulance Card to continue providing exceptional air ambulance service and medical transport coordination. And the company will be able to help patients with emergency medical evacuation and transport them to hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.

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