24 hours 365 day operation to manage your medical repatriation


U.K. London Office
P.O. Box 279, Iver, Bucks,
SL0 0BQ. U.K.
Int Tel: + 44 (0) 1753 654751
Int Fax: + 44 (0)1753 651511
UK only 0800 707 6788



U.S.A. Houston Office
10700 Richmond Avenue
Suite 219
Houston TX.77042
Toll Free US: 800 513 5192
Tel: (832) 934 2390
Fax: (832) 934 2395

Heathrow Operations

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HAA's operations control centre at Heathrow ensures the efficiency of our service and marshals ambulances and staff who deal with the movement alongside the company's ambulance operation.

The main nerve-centre of the UK operation is strategically placed at Heathrow Airport. Its operation is non-stop 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is equipped with the latest telecommunications equipment to link with the company's airport control centre, aircraft in flight, using our own frequency, and all ambulance operation vehicles and staff in transit with patients.

HAA's ground medical transport service provides a UK and European wide independent (private) ambulance provider. We task our medical operation vehicles and fast response cars throughout out the UK Northern Europe on a daily basis.

In the US our centre is based in Houston, again houses our North and South American aeromedical operation and ground medical transportation service.

We have also developed a worldwide network of ground ambulance services, with whom we have been Network of Ground Ambulance Serviceassociated with for over the thirty years HAA has been trading. This gives us the opportunity to offer a one stop service for ground ambulance services in most countries with a uniform invoicing process.

HAA operates vehicles custom built to our own high and exacting standards by a major North American ambulance vehicle constructors. safety and comfort features within our vehicles exceed the KKK Standard, recognised as the highest in the world. All of these vehicles have air-conditioning and full life-support equipment which is constantly updated. These vehicles are used to link aircraft and hospital, front line emergency work for NHS Ambulance Trusts and are widely used for longer operation journeys in the UK and into continental Europe.

And you get to talk to real people! Doris, Colin and Neema in the  UK and Peter and company in the US.