Aspen Medical and its founders had a busy week collecting several awards showcasing the company's leadership in the commercial and corporate social responsibility spaces.
Aspen Medical will provide a range of healthcare services including aero-medical evacuations to the staff and families of the US Embassy in Sierra Leone.
Launched in 2015, Aspen Medical's ambulance service in the south of the Lone Star State is proving a winner with plans to expand the service in the near future.
Congratulations to Glen Lynch, lab scientist at our Solomon Islands operation, who has been named as the Queensland Medical Scientist of the Year.
Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall visited Moree Hospital in advance of the start of the hospital's capital improvement program and to see Aspen Medical's new Mobile Health Unit onsite.
Volunteer members of our Defence On-Base Health Services team will provide medical support as needed at the inaugural Championships in Melbourne from 3 - 9 April 2016.
Aspen Medical has been contracted by the Department of Health to manage three healthcare locum programmes to be known as the Rural Locum Assistance Programme (Rural LAP).
The First Lady of Sierra Leone, Mrs Sia Nyama Koroma, offically opened the Aspen Medical clinic in Monrovia on 02 February 2016 and commends the company for building much needed medical capacity.
Our Mobile Surgical Unit (MSU) has been deployed to the South Coast of NSW. The MSU will allow Moruya District Hospital to continue serving the local population whilst its operating theatre is being refurbished.
Aspen Medical has re-won the contract to provide aero-medical evacuation (AME) services to seven major oil and gas exploration and production companies operating in North Western Australia.