RPM partners with Falcon Aviation to provide helicopter emergency medical services in the region

Response Plus Holding PJSC (RPM), one of the leading providers of healthcare services in the United Arab Emirates, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Abu Dhabi-based Falcon Aviation a renowned Business Charter, Aviation Services, MRO and Aircraft Management company.

According to the terms of this partnership, RPM will provide qualified manpower and equipment to manage Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) that include primary emergency response to remote and offshore locations, helicopter evacuation when needed and chartered inter-facility transfer by helicopter.

On the occasion, RPM CEO Major Tom Louis said: “This MOU comes in line with RPM’s overall strategy to expand and advance its operations through the introduction of innovative solutions that cater to a growing market need, especially in helicopter emergency services (HEMS) for multiple sectors in GCC.”

Major Tom Louis added: “We believe our tie-up with Falcon Aviation is an empowering opportunity for both our companies, as we will be able to further grow our respective offering by providing Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS). While Falcon provides a modern fleet of state-of-the-art helicopters, we bring in our experts, expertise and cutting-edge equipment to ensure a premium, fast and efficient service in critical cases that require fast response based on our clients’ specific requirements”.

RPM is known for its long and proven expertise in the regional Oil & Gas sector, both in onshore and offshore territories, focusing on managing and operating medical facilities and emergency ambulance services.

From its end, Falcon Aviation has built a solid reputation in the Emirati VIP charter business, providing invaluable support to the government of the UAE for over a decade. It currently operates a fleet of 29 state-of-the-art helicopters and 6 corporate jets, including commercial aircrafts.

Last Updated on January 14, 2022 by MEA Aviation

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