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Critical care solutions

We are committed to support

The global Covid pandemic continues to wreak havoc around the world – not just in terms of the ongoing threat to public health but also the devastating impact on national and global economies.

We are committed to supporting the world’s governments, health authorities, industries and businesses to mitigate health risk, support sustainable commerce, and aid economic recovery.

Nick Dyne, Co-Founder, Caircraft

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what we do
Our solution
Flexible

Increased critical care capacity, where and when needed, in times of medical/humanitarian crisis

Fast

Aircraft fitted, equipped, staffed and deployed, in days, to deliver critical care in situ, in any location

Cost Effective

Additional critical care capacity, in place as and when needed; no legacy infrastructure investment

Resource Efficient

Caircraft can store/transport essential equipment and kit (e.g. PPE) to meet urgent demand

Configurable

Configurable to support specific HDU/ICU needs e.g. HDU (100 beds) with pop up ‘surge’ ICU

Fully Equipped

Wide-bodied aircraft equipped and resourced to serve as emergency medical

Fast response and additional clinical care capacity

In times of medical crisis – viral pandemic, terrorist attack or natural disaster - Caircraft provides fast response, additional clinical care capacity, resources and support.

Our Process

Creating critical care capacity in times of crisis

Caircraft converts wide-bodied aircraft into Intensive Care/High Dependency Units that can be deployed immediately, as needed, to provide additional, emergency critical care capacity.

core components
Medical/Humanitarian Aid
A medical aircraft full of medical beds and equipment

Repurposed aircraft

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Application Modelling

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Operations/ logistics modelling

Operations/logistics modelling and test kits sourcing and supply

Fast response and additional clinical care capacity

In times of medical crisis – viral pandemic, terrorist attack or natural disaster – Caircraft provides fast response, additional clinical care capacity, resources and support.  Caircraft converts wide-bodied aircraft into critical care ‘wards’ that can be deployed immediately, as needed, to provide additional ‘on the ground’ emergency critical care capacity.

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