Rapidly expanding Australian Medical Rescue Group has partnered with AMI Expeditionary Healthcare, LLC (AMI) to enter the multi-billion dollar Asia Pacific COVID Vaccination market. AMI a global leader in the delivery of COVD-19 healthcare is providing large-scale multinational COVID solutions, pandemic management, and approved vaccine delivery around the world. This partnership will deliver the USA approved vaccine administration program throughout the Asia Pacific with a planned rollout in early 2021 as the vaccines become available.
Medical Rescue has been working with the AMI teams in the USA closely monitoring the development of the vaccine options. Dr. Glenn McKay, Managing Director of Medical Rescue Group, announced, “Rolling out a mass vaccination program such as this, is extremely complex, and we have been working closely with our U.S. colleagues at AMI to assess and develop the difficult cold-chain logistics, robust vaccine tracking and data reporting systems and various distribution models that will be required. The Partnership with AMI, one of USA’s most successful expeditionary medical companies, is a significant step forward in the application of the rigor required to deliver a COVID solution of such size in the Asia Pacific.”
Dr. Andrew Walker, Executive Chairman and Founder of AMI, shared, “Over the past nine months, AMI has successfully delivered an extremely comprehensive and rapid COVID response capability across America and into the Caribbean, Africa and parts of the Middle East. Most recently AMI has been awarded the privilege of prime service provider for the massive undertaking of Vaccine distribution, delivery, and patient administration throughout the USA. The Asia Pacific rollout is an important extension to the company’s commitment to combatting the pandemic. Partnering with the Medical Rescue Group, who are well established in the region, is a logical step to minimize any delay.”
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