- Hippo – UK’s First Branded disability transportation services
- Built in the interestof disabled people and patients
- Daily commute for healthcare staff (doctors, nurses, physiotherapist)
- Transports pathology samples and documents
- Drivers are trained on First Aid, CPR and disease specific patient transportation
- All the drivers and staff members have extended DBS checked
- All vehicles comes with:
- Wheelchair access
- Hand sanitiser
- Provision of oxygen
- Provision of Artificial External Defebriblitaor (AED)
- All vehicles are hygienic and clean
- For safety reasons all vehicles are fitted with GPS and CCTV camera
- All our drivers personally help the patient/disabled person to get in and out of the vehicles.
The History of Advatech
Advatech Healthcare was officially launched in India in 2010. Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Samit Biswas have over 20 years of experience in healthcare, medical transport and logistics industries in India and the UK.
Due to his in-depth knowledge and network, he has transformed Advatech Healthcare from an idea in India to an efficient and cost effective business that is in operation in the UK.
Over the past 3 years, Advatech has created a successful ambulance service and training programme in Kolkata and is a leader in providing air and road ambulance services within North-East India, where services have previously been lacking. Advatech has always valued the importance and necessity of high-quality standards of medical care. As a result, their training programmes in India are internationally recognised as they encompass all stages of life-saving training such as First Aid, Basic Life Support, Advanced Life Support, First Responder and Emergency Medical Technician courses. Advatech transport care packages in India include Ambufly (air ambulance), BookMyAmbulance (private booking via the app) and BookMyPathology (transport of medical samples).
Since setting up in the UK Advatech has become part of Department of International Trade (DIT) earlier known UKTI’s Entrepreneurs Programme, and launched as part of high-level Indian Prime Minister delegation to the UK November 2015. We have worked hard to successfully bridge the gap between ambulance and taxi services with a resulting revenue stream from medical institutions and healthcare providers to save money and maintain standards.