Expatriate employees, nationals, family members and others covered by our product are swiftly transported to emergency medical treatment not available locally
A network of 8000 healthcare facilities, including Africa’s most modern, state-of-the art hospitals
Our members simply have to call one number and then we take over. Medical evacuation is go…
Aeroworx is insured with underwriters at Lloyd’s of London. Our security and claims paying rating is S&P: A+ (Strong); and AM Best: A (Excellent)
From multi-nationals and world-famous NGOs to local companies and individuals, Aeroworx’s product can be easily scaled to suit needs
In sad circumstances, mortal remains of members are repatriated.
Graham has lived and worked in Africa for over two decades across health insurance, risk, reinsurance and business planning. He loves the people, the landscape and vibrancy the African continent has to offer.
Gravans is a native South African, who has lived and travelled across much of Africa. He spent his childhood divided between Mozambique and South Africa, and saw first-hand the stark difference between healthcare facilities in the two countries.
Graham Lambert was standing in a hospital corridor in Mozambique. A doctor walked slowly towards him, deliberately avoiding eye contact.
“I could tell from his face, all was not well. He looked up slowly to face me and spoke… He could save my pregnant wife or our baby but not both. What was I meant to say? It was an impossible decision.”
Just as we use the best healthcare facilities in Africa, we only work with the best air evacuation carriers. By working with multiple partners, we can ensure we always have planes available and can cover all regions.
AMREF Flying Doctors, based in Nairobi, Kenya, helps provide our coverage for the east of Africa, including Kenya, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Ethiopia and South Sudan. Another excellent partner is Universal Air Evac, with a head office in Johannesburg, South Africa. Universal Air Evac helps us cover western and southern Africa.