In order to give you a better idea of how we work, we have compiled detailed descriptions of a selection of our worldwide medical repatriations. We hope you understand that for data protection reasons we can only publish an anonymous selection of our repatriation missions.
Dementia… It may happen to anyone as they grow older. It refers to the loss of cognitive functions. This means that the patient is unable to think, remember and reason properly and as it becomes more severe, it can affect a person’s daily life to such an extent that he/she cannot perform normal activities. In the most severe stages, the ...Read more
An illness on holiday is always inconvenient and clouds the most enjoyable time of the year. A severe disease or injury abroad, where the patient has to be admitted to a local hospital, is particularly distressing. Another problem is that depending on where you are holidaying, inadequate medical standards or treatment options can make it ...Read more
No one actually imagines that they will be taken ill, or worse, on holiday. However, if this does happen it is good to know that you can turn to experienced and reliable medical repatriation specialists. Medical Repatriation UK takes care of the organisation of the entire medical repatriation operation. Our international departments ensure ...Read more
A serious injury on holiday is one of the most frequent reasons for medical repatriations from abroad. Following initial treatment at the local hospital the patient must be taken back to their home country as soon as possible to receive further treatment or the necessary surgery. In such situations our experts in the repatriation service are ...Read more
Many tourists escape the cold British winter, at least for a while, by going on holiday in Thailand. The dreamy beaches of Koh Samui and neighbouring islands like Koh Phangan or Koh Tau are particularly enticing, with their summery temperatures and crystal-clear waters. It was precisely from this holiday paradise of Koh Samui, we received a ...Read more
Recently, we organised the medical repatriation of an abbess from Thessaloniki to the UK, on behalf of the Serbian Orthodox Diocese. The abbess had been working for a relief project in Greece and had suffered life threatening injuries in a serious car accident. Very sadly, another sister lost her life in the same accident. Following initial ...Read more
A German citizen living in Spain had suffered a fracture to his thigh and therefore had been using a wheelchair for some months. As the injury had not completely healed after his treatment in Spain, the patient lived in constant pain. He therefore decided to seek further treatment in his home town of Hamburg. His family turned to us to ...Read more