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Complements the local road ambulance services by providing rapid emergency aero-medical transportation of patients who are critically ill or injured.

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Search & rescue operation underway on Table Mountain

08 July 2020 - Search and rescue operation currently underway on Table Mountain. The Western Cape Department of Health EMS/AMS rescue helicopter together with the Wilderness Search & Rescue (WSAR) and volunteers are currently busy searching for the trail runner who was reported missing on Tuesday afternoon.

Search & rescue operation underway on Table Mountain
  • table mountain search and rescue
  • table mountain search and rescue

Search & rescue operation underway on Table Mountain

08 July 2020 - Search and rescue operation currently underway on Table Mountain. The Western Cape Department of Health EMS/AMS rescue helicopter together with the Wilderness Search & Rescue (WSAR) and volunteers are currently busy searching for the trail runner who was reported missing on Tuesday afternoon.

Social relief for remote rural communities of Kwa-Zulu Natal

AMS was tasked by the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA), in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health and other social partners to assist with social relief aid to remote rural communities of KwaZulu-Natal who have been severely affected by the corona virus.

The AMS is honoured to be able to assist in providing humanitarian interventions apart from our daily essential aero-medical emergency services. To date 570 food parcels and 100 sanitation packs have been delivered to Vryheid, Ladysmith, Newcastle, Manguzi and Glenside near Bergville.

A project of this nature is not possible without the commitment and partnership of various roles players. The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health partnered with the following organisations and individuals:

  • non-profit organisations such as the Al-Imdaad Foundation to assist with food donation;
  • Indiza Airport Management (Pty) Ltd for waivering landing fees and allowing access to Virginia Airport as the central logistics point;
  • Focus Air for allowing the use of their hangar at Virginia Airport to store food parcels.
  • Air Traffic Navigation Services (ATNS).

The words of our late President Nelson Mandela echoes, “There can be no greater gift than that of giving one’s time and energy to help others without expecting anything in return.”  It is only through partnerships such as these that as a nation we are able to stand together to fight this pandemic and assist those in need.

At AMS, our commitment to changing lives and saving lives knows no boundaries!

Social relief for remote rural communities of Kwa-Zulu Natal

Social relief for remote rural communities of Kwa-Zulu Natal

AMS was tasked by the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA), in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health and other social partners to assist with social relief aid to remote rural communities of KwaZulu-Natal who have been severely affected by the corona virus.

The AMS is honoured to be able to assist in providing humanitarian interventions apart from our daily essential aero-medical emergency services. To date 570 food parcels and 100 sanitation packs have been delivered to Vryheid, Ladysmith, Newcastle, Manguzi and Glenside near Bergville.

A project of this nature is not possible without the commitment and partnership of various roles players. The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health partnered with the following organisations and individuals:

  • non-profit organisations such as the Al-Imdaad Foundation to assist with food donation;
  • Indiza Airport Management (Pty) Ltd for waivering landing fees and allowing access to Virginia Airport as the central logistics point;
  • Focus Air for allowing the use of their hangar at Virginia Airport to store food parcels.
  • Air Traffic Navigation Services (ATNS).

The words of our late President Nelson Mandela echoes, “There can be no greater gift than that of giving one’s time and energy to help others without expecting anything in return.”  It is only through partnerships such as these that as a nation we are able to stand together to fight this pandemic and assist those in need.

At AMS, our commitment to changing lives and saving lives knows no boundaries!

Corona virus
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Let's stand together to fight COVID 19

Let’s all work together to fight the spread of COVID-19. The AMS is committed to do everything in its power to work with government and society to fight this pandemic. Stay informed and take the necessary precaution to curb the spread of the Coranavirus! We will continue to render services to all South Africans, taking the necessary protective measures to keep our staff, patients and health workers safe. #COVID19 #Coronavirus Poster credit: National Department of Health

Let's stand together to fight COVID 19
  • Corona virus

Let's stand together to fight COVID 19

Let’s all work together to fight the spread of COVID-19. The AMS is committed to do everything in its power to work with government and society to fight this pandemic. Stay informed and take the necessary precaution to curb the spread of the Coranavirus! We will continue to render services to all South Africans, taking the necessary protective measures to keep our staff, patients and health workers safe. #COVID19 #Coronavirus Poster credit: National Department of Health

Werner Norval
  • Werner Norval

Meet our team ...

Today we introduce Werner Norval, Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) based at our Cape Town base.  Werner, another fitness and outdoor enthusiast, joined the AMS family in November, here’s a look into his world …

Tell us about yourself: I grew up in Cape Town and attended DF Malan High School. I went on to study BCom Financial Accounting at Stellenbosch University. I soon realised that it was not for me. In 2007 I started working for Old Mutual as a financial adviser. During the first three years at Old Mutual, I studied financial planning at Milpark Business School. I worked for Old Mutual for another three years, six years in total. I then later resigned, re-did my matric Maths, Science and Biology and applied to study the BEMC course at the University of Johannesburg. After obtaining my degree in 2017 I started to work for Netcare911 in their ICU division. I was introduced to the aero-medical environment where I spent a year flying part time for them on their helicopter as an Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP). I resigned in October 2019 and started with AMS in November 2019.”

Were you in any other trade before? “Yes, finance.”

Why did you choose to join the AMS? “I believe it is a great company to work for. The experience I am gaining in the aero-medical environment with them is priceless.”

If you could master one skill you don’t have right now, what would it be? “To become a helicopter pilot.”

What do you do in your spare time? “I like to exercise, running and swimming specifically. Furthermore, my spare time goes towards planning my wedding and honeymoon later this year. I also like to braai and socialise with friends. I also have a motorbike that I enjoy doing some day trips on.”

What might someone be surprised to know about you? “I look much older than I really am!”

What do you enjoy most about your job? “Being able to serve the community and care for patients. Also, my office has the best view anyone can ask for.”

What is on your bedside table? “A lamp, fan and heater.”

If you could have dinner with five famous people from history, who would they be? Hitler I suppose; however, I am not that much into famous people. I would rather have dinner with my friends.”

When your friends/family find out what you do, what do they say or ask? “They always make a comment regarding the things we see and that they have a lot of respect for what we do.”

What has been the happiest day of your life? “That day is still coming…9 May 2020, my wedding day!”

If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be? “To be the helicopter pilot.”

What is your greatest indulgence? “Anything sweet, but I don’t share my tinkies!”

What is the one thing, you can’t live without?  “My soon to be wife! Oh, and oxygen! Typical paramedic thing to say.”

What is the one quality you feel best describes you? “Loyal.”

Best piece of advice anyone ever gave you? “Laugh every day!”

Do you have a life philosophy?Don’t overthink. I struggle with that.”

 

 

Meet our team ...
  • Werner Norval

Meet our team ...

Today we introduce Werner Norval, Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) based at our Cape Town base.  Werner, another fitness and outdoor enthusiast, joined the AMS family in November, here’s a look into his world …

Tell us about yourself: I grew up in Cape Town and attended DF Malan High School. I went on to study BCom Financial Accounting at Stellenbosch University. I soon realised that it was not for me. In 2007 I started working for Old Mutual as a financial adviser. During the first three years at Old Mutual, I studied financial planning at Milpark Business School. I worked for Old Mutual for another three years, six years in total. I then later resigned, re-did my matric Maths, Science and Biology and applied to study the BEMC course at the University of Johannesburg. After obtaining my degree in 2017 I started to work for Netcare911 in their ICU division. I was introduced to the aero-medical environment where I spent a year flying part time for them on their helicopter as an Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP). I resigned in October 2019 and started with AMS in November 2019.”

Were you in any other trade before? “Yes, finance.”

Why did you choose to join the AMS? “I believe it is a great company to work for. The experience I am gaining in the aero-medical environment with them is priceless.”

If you could master one skill you don’t have right now, what would it be? “To become a helicopter pilot.”

What do you do in your spare time? “I like to exercise, running and swimming specifically. Furthermore, my spare time goes towards planning my wedding and honeymoon later this year. I also like to braai and socialise with friends. I also have a motorbike that I enjoy doing some day trips on.”

What might someone be surprised to know about you? “I look much older than I really am!”

What do you enjoy most about your job? “Being able to serve the community and care for patients. Also, my office has the best view anyone can ask for.”

What is on your bedside table? “A lamp, fan and heater.”

If you could have dinner with five famous people from history, who would they be? Hitler I suppose; however, I am not that much into famous people. I would rather have dinner with my friends.”

When your friends/family find out what you do, what do they say or ask? “They always make a comment regarding the things we see and that they have a lot of respect for what we do.”

What has been the happiest day of your life? “That day is still coming…9 May 2020, my wedding day!”

If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be? “To be the helicopter pilot.”

What is your greatest indulgence? “Anything sweet, but I don’t share my tinkies!”

What is the one thing, you can’t live without?  “My soon to be wife! Oh, and oxygen! Typical paramedic thing to say.”

What is the one quality you feel best describes you? “Loyal.”

Best piece of advice anyone ever gave you? “Laugh every day!”

Do you have a life philosophy?Don’t overthink. I struggle with that.”

 

 

Anathi Matutu
  • Anathi Matutu

Meet our team ...

Newly graduate and self-motivator Anathi Matutu joined the AMS family as Junior Accountant in our Finance Department in February this year. Here’s a look into Anathi’s world …

Who is Anathi Matutu? “I am from a windy city called Port Elizabeth. I am the last born amongst three girls. I have recently completed my Bachelor of Commerce degree, majoring in Financial Accounting at the University of the Western Cape (UWC). I am also a hardworking young female who is self- motivated, determined and have a desire to succeed.”

Were you in any other trade before? “Previously, I was a student assistant at my varsity where I assisted students in leasing out prescribed textbooks.”

Why did you choose to join the AMS? “The first thing that caught my eye when searching the organisation was the humanitarian aspect, providing maximum service to the community which is what I believe and am passionate about - offering my service to the community.”

If you could master one skill you don’t have right now, what would it be? “Initiative. I am a person who likes to suggest from activities to creating a norm.”

What do you do in your spare time? “I read books, listen to music and casually bake with my friends.”

What might someone be surprised to know about you? “I am not reserved as I appear to be. Once I am used to the environment and someone I become more relaxed and engaging.”

What do you enjoy most about your job? “My job does not only focus on a particular aspect. Every day you learn something new, which is what I enjoy most about my job.”

What is on your bedside table? “Journal, tissue, scented candles and vaseline.”

If you could have dinner with five famous people from history, who would they be?

“Martin Luther King, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Coco Chanel and Nelson Mandela.”

When your friends/family find out what you do, what do they say or ask? “They literally asked me about journal entries, balance sheet (if it did balance) and VAT because I used to tell them a lot when I was still a student.”

What has been the happiest day of your life? “Completing my degree and getting a job that is in line with what I studied.”

If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be? “An engineer.”

What is your greatest indulgence? “I cannot decide on one. But anything with sugar – cake, doughnut, chocolate, etc.”

What is the one thing, you can’t live without? “I cannot live without lipstick.”

What is the one quality you feel best describes you? “Punctual.”

Best piece of advice anyone ever gave you?  “Obstacles are the cost of greatness”

Do you have a life philosophy? “Yes. To be still in the midst of chaos and to accept things as they are and enjoy life.”

Meet our team ...
  • Anathi Matutu

Meet our team ...

Newly graduate and self-motivator Anathi Matutu joined the AMS family as Junior Accountant in our Finance Department in February this year. Here’s a look into Anathi’s world …

Who is Anathi Matutu? “I am from a windy city called Port Elizabeth. I am the last born amongst three girls. I have recently completed my Bachelor of Commerce degree, majoring in Financial Accounting at the University of the Western Cape (UWC). I am also a hardworking young female who is self- motivated, determined and have a desire to succeed.”

Were you in any other trade before? “Previously, I was a student assistant at my varsity where I assisted students in leasing out prescribed textbooks.”

Why did you choose to join the AMS? “The first thing that caught my eye when searching the organisation was the humanitarian aspect, providing maximum service to the community which is what I believe and am passionate about - offering my service to the community.”

If you could master one skill you don’t have right now, what would it be? “Initiative. I am a person who likes to suggest from activities to creating a norm.”

What do you do in your spare time? “I read books, listen to music and casually bake with my friends.”

What might someone be surprised to know about you? “I am not reserved as I appear to be. Once I am used to the environment and someone I become more relaxed and engaging.”

What do you enjoy most about your job? “My job does not only focus on a particular aspect. Every day you learn something new, which is what I enjoy most about my job.”

What is on your bedside table? “Journal, tissue, scented candles and vaseline.”

If you could have dinner with five famous people from history, who would they be?

“Martin Luther King, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Coco Chanel and Nelson Mandela.”

When your friends/family find out what you do, what do they say or ask? “They literally asked me about journal entries, balance sheet (if it did balance) and VAT because I used to tell them a lot when I was still a student.”

What has been the happiest day of your life? “Completing my degree and getting a job that is in line with what I studied.”

If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be? “An engineer.”

What is your greatest indulgence? “I cannot decide on one. But anything with sugar – cake, doughnut, chocolate, etc.”

What is the one thing, you can’t live without? “I cannot live without lipstick.”

What is the one quality you feel best describes you? “Punctual.”

Best piece of advice anyone ever gave you?  “Obstacles are the cost of greatness”

Do you have a life philosophy? “Yes. To be still in the midst of chaos and to accept things as they are and enjoy life.”

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Cyclists airlifted in a critical condition

03 March 2020: The Western Cape Department of Health EMS/AMS rescue helicopter airlifted a cyclist in a serious condition from Simon's Town to Vincent Palotti. Images courtesy Rob de Wet.

Cyclists airlifted in a critical condition
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  • cyclist airlifted
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Cyclists airlifted in a critical condition

03 March 2020: The Western Cape Department of Health EMS/AMS rescue helicopter airlifted a cyclist in a serious condition from Simon's Town to Vincent Palotti. Images courtesy Rob de Wet.

Simoné Theunissen
  • Simoné Theunissen

Meet our team ...

Today we introduce Simoné Theunissen, newly appointed Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) at our Oudtshoorn base. Simoné a true adventurist, has been with the organisation for approximately two months, here’s a look into her world ...

Who is Simoné Theunissen: “I was born in Krugersdorp, moved to George when I was nine and grew up on a farm. I completed my Bachelor of Emergency Medical Care (BEMC) degree at the Nelson Mandela University (NMU) in Port Elizabeth.”

Were you in any other trade before? “No.”

Why did you choose to join the AMS? It has been my dream to work at AMS since I started studying. I love the mountains, I have a keen interest in rescue and aviation medicine. I love flying and AMS provides me with the opportunity to combine all my passions.”

If you could master one skill you don’t have right now, what would it be? “To become an external load operator.”

What do you do in your spare time? “Rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, swimming and building puzzles.”

What might someone be surprised to know about you? “I am a sensitive viewer; I cry when watching sad movies.”

What do you enjoy most about your job? “Flying and doing rescues.”

What is on your bedside table? “My Bible, journal and lamp.”

If you could have dinner with five famous people from history, who would they be? “Jesus Christ, Edmund Hillary, Mother Teresa, Bare Grills and Dr Chris Barnard.”

When your friends/family find out what you do, what do they say or ask? “What is the worst thing you have seen thus far? I hate that question. The job is so much more than that!”

What has been the happiest day of your life? “When I assisted with my first mountain rescue on a hike near Formosa peak in 2017.”

If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be? “To become a wildlife veterinarian.”

What is your greatest indulgence? “Chocolate.”

What is the one thing, you can’t live without? “Exercise.”

What is the one quality you feel best describes you? “Determination.”

Best piece of advice anyone ever gave you? “My Grandma said; ń aanhouer wen!”

Do you have a life philosophy? “Life is short, so live it to the fullest!”

Meet our team ...
  • Simoné Theunissen

Meet our team ...

Today we introduce Simoné Theunissen, newly appointed Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) at our Oudtshoorn base. Simoné a true adventurist, has been with the organisation for approximately two months, here’s a look into her world ...

Who is Simoné Theunissen: “I was born in Krugersdorp, moved to George when I was nine and grew up on a farm. I completed my Bachelor of Emergency Medical Care (BEMC) degree at the Nelson Mandela University (NMU) in Port Elizabeth.”

Were you in any other trade before? “No.”

Why did you choose to join the AMS? It has been my dream to work at AMS since I started studying. I love the mountains, I have a keen interest in rescue and aviation medicine. I love flying and AMS provides me with the opportunity to combine all my passions.”

If you could master one skill you don’t have right now, what would it be? “To become an external load operator.”

What do you do in your spare time? “Rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, swimming and building puzzles.”

What might someone be surprised to know about you? “I am a sensitive viewer; I cry when watching sad movies.”

What do you enjoy most about your job? “Flying and doing rescues.”

What is on your bedside table? “My Bible, journal and lamp.”

If you could have dinner with five famous people from history, who would they be? “Jesus Christ, Edmund Hillary, Mother Teresa, Bare Grills and Dr Chris Barnard.”

When your friends/family find out what you do, what do they say or ask? “What is the worst thing you have seen thus far? I hate that question. The job is so much more than that!”

What has been the happiest day of your life? “When I assisted with my first mountain rescue on a hike near Formosa peak in 2017.”

If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be? “To become a wildlife veterinarian.”

What is your greatest indulgence? “Chocolate.”

What is the one thing, you can’t live without? “Exercise.”

What is the one quality you feel best describes you? “Determination.”

Best piece of advice anyone ever gave you? “My Grandma said; ń aanhouer wen!”

Do you have a life philosophy? “Life is short, so live it to the fullest!”

Aviation for Healthcare Providers Course.

The SA Red Cross Air Mercy Service is proud to collaborate with experts from various healthcare fields and institutions to provide world class training in Cape Town, South Africa.
 
We are currently taking bookings for the Aviation for Healthcare Providers Course.
This five day course is an exciting mix of case-based learning, theoretical teaching and hands on practicals designed to equip paramedics, nurses and doctors to practice evidence based aviation medicine.
AHA Basic Life Support
AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Introduction to Aviation Medicine (1 day)
Advanced Airway Management workshop
Ventilation Workshop
Critical Care Retrieval workshops
Recognition, Stabilization and transfer of the congenital cardiac child
Maternal Emergencies in transit
 
For all training enquiries please email: training@ams.org.za

 

Aviation for Healthcare Providers Course.

Aviation for Healthcare Providers Course.

The SA Red Cross Air Mercy Service is proud to collaborate with experts from various healthcare fields and institutions to provide world class training in Cape Town, South Africa.
 
We are currently taking bookings for the Aviation for Healthcare Providers Course.
This five day course is an exciting mix of case-based learning, theoretical teaching and hands on practicals designed to equip paramedics, nurses and doctors to practice evidence based aviation medicine.
AHA Basic Life Support
AHA Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Introduction to Aviation Medicine (1 day)
Advanced Airway Management workshop
Ventilation Workshop
Critical Care Retrieval workshops
Recognition, Stabilization and transfer of the congenital cardiac child
Maternal Emergencies in transit
 
For all training enquiries please email: training@ams.org.za

 

Voëlklip body recovered
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Body recovered from Voëlklip viewpoint in Herolds Bay

29 January 2020: Sadly another life lost this morning at the Voëlklip viewpoint near Herold’s Bay. The Oudtshoorn Western Cape Department of Health EMS/AMS aero-medical rescue crew earlier recovered the body of a male patient after his vehicle plunged down the cliff. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the deceased. Images courtesy Theo Schilder.

Body recovered from Voëlklip viewpoint in Herolds Bay
  • Voëlklip body recovered
  • Voëlklip body recovered

Body recovered from Voëlklip viewpoint in Herolds Bay

29 January 2020: Sadly another life lost this morning at the Voëlklip viewpoint near Herold’s Bay. The Oudtshoorn Western Cape Department of Health EMS/AMS aero-medical rescue crew earlier recovered the body of a male patient after his vehicle plunged down the cliff. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the deceased. Images courtesy Theo Schilder.

KwaZulu-Natal Helicopter Emergency Medical Service
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  • KwaZulu-Natal Helicopter Emergency Medical Service
  • KwaZulu-Natal Helicopter Emergency Medical Service

Busy day for KZN Helicopter Emergency Medical Service

It's been a busy day and night for the KwaZulu-Natal helicopter emergency medical service. Mercy Wing 5 undertook three missions yesterday; two MVA's the first between Verulam & Phoenix, the second MVA was on the South Coast, the patient was airlifted to Ethekwini Hospital & Heart Centre. The crew was busy until the early hours of this morning with the third call, airlifting a patient from Hlabisa Provincial Hospital to St. Augustine's Hospital. Unfortunately due to the service being so busy a fourth mission could not be serviced. The Night Vision Systems introduced into the helicopter operation allows the AMS to ensure that the community has access to the helicopter 24 hours a day. AMS committed to building and developing the South African health system! Images courtesy: Captains Kim Watchurst & Rob Fenega

Busy day for KZN Helicopter Emergency Medical Service
  • KwaZulu-Natal Helicopter Emergency Medical Service
  • KwaZulu-Natal Helicopter Emergency Medical Service
  • KwaZulu-Natal Helicopter Emergency Medical Service

Busy day for KZN Helicopter Emergency Medical Service

It's been a busy day and night for the KwaZulu-Natal helicopter emergency medical service. Mercy Wing 5 undertook three missions yesterday; two MVA's the first between Verulam & Phoenix, the second MVA was on the South Coast, the patient was airlifted to Ethekwini Hospital & Heart Centre. The crew was busy until the early hours of this morning with the third call, airlifting a patient from Hlabisa Provincial Hospital to St. Augustine's Hospital. Unfortunately due to the service being so busy a fourth mission could not be serviced. The Night Vision Systems introduced into the helicopter operation allows the AMS to ensure that the community has access to the helicopter 24 hours a day. AMS committed to building and developing the South African health system! Images courtesy: Captains Kim Watchurst & Rob Fenega

Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal
  • Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal
  • Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal
  • Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal

Mercy Wing 5 dispatched to the South Coast

Air Mercy Service Mercy Wing 5 dispatched to the South Coast to airlift a stroke victim to Lenmed Ethekwini Hospital. Doctor and Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) crew on-board. Time is of the essence. AMS Changing lives, saving lives!

Mercy Wing 5 dispatched to the South Coast
  • Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal
  • Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal
  • Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal

Mercy Wing 5 dispatched to the South Coast

Air Mercy Service Mercy Wing 5 dispatched to the South Coast to airlift a stroke victim to Lenmed Ethekwini Hospital. Doctor and Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) crew on-board. Time is of the essence. AMS Changing lives, saving lives!

Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal
  • Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal

Helicopter Emergeny Service (HEMS) available in KwaZulu-Natal

Helicopter Emergency Service (HEMS) now available in KwaZulu-Natal.

Contact 0861 267 267

e-mail: noc@ams.org.za

www.ams.org.za

 

Helicopter Emergeny Service (HEMS) available in KwaZulu-Natal
  • Helicopter service available in KwaZulu-Natal

Helicopter Emergeny Service (HEMS) available in KwaZulu-Natal

Helicopter Emergency Service (HEMS) now available in KwaZulu-Natal.

Contact 0861 267 267

e-mail: noc@ams.org.za

www.ams.org.za