Saving lives and providing medical care for soldiers and civilians in CTO zone.
Giving a chance to live and keep a good health for those who can rely only on God.
- Reducing fatalities to minimum
- Increasing fighting efficiency
- Maintaining morale
- Medical aid and evacuation
- Reducing the transportation time of injured to medical institution
- First-aid during transportation
- Logistics and coordination of transports and crews
- Introducing new communication channels and automated systems of evacuation control
- Preventive healthcare consultations for civilians in CTO zone
- Coordination with the healthcare system of the Ministry of Defence
We are following the world’s best practises of first aid and medical evacuation
1. Early detection – allocate the source and analyse the problem.
2. Ease of communication – accessible communication channels for ambulance request
3. Quick response - immediate commute to the site of event
4. Professional aid – emergency medical aid that can assure proper and timely assistance without enduring further harm
5. Medical aid during the transportation
6. Timely transfer of a patient to medical institution for further care
Coordination with Ministry of Defence
"ASAP RESCUE" is the team of 200 like-minded volunteers. We are serving the mission of medical evacuation and providing preventive medical services on the frontline, as well as in the communities located in the “grey” zone ("no man’s land").
The success of "ASAР RESCUE" across the years is based on the systematic cooperation with Medical Department of Armed Forces of Ukraine. It includes highly effective coordination with hospitals and armed forces units (located in the zone of "ASAР RESCUE" operation, sector “D”), implementation of modern communication channels, improved logistics and effective training of staff and crews.
Since the start of CTO, our crews have completed more than 3000 rescue operations. For instance, from March 2016 to August 2017 "ASAP RESCUE" evacuated 875 Ukrainian soldiers, 886 somatic patients, made 229 hospital transfers. 4400 civilians asked for our assistance (3627 – preventive healthcare, 48 – emergency calls, 157 – evacuation to hospitals).