AMI Expeditionary Healthcare is a proven provider of healthcare solutions in crisis response, conflict zones and complex humanitarian settings
Our corporate culture has instilled a sense of inclusion and respect for underserved and diverse demographics. We are committed to collaborating with local communities to build skills, structures and resources for improved healthcare sustainability.
AMI offers over 150 different programs of training tailored to meet specific client needs, national licensing and certification regulations, and site-specific requirements, including hazmat. We offer credentialed training and registration through internationally recognized organizations for global recognition.
Since August 2021, AMI has provided an Aeromedical Evacuation Team (AMET) and Forward Surgical Team (FST) to the UN Joint Medical Service Compound in Kabul. During the withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan, AMI deployed staff to Kabul. Despite the risk and threat posed by Taliban forces to AMI’s staff, AMI provided medical support for the United Nation’s mission. In addition to AMET services, our capabilities include Emergency Surgery, Damage Control Resuscitation and Damage Control Surgery, and a short-term holding capacity.
AMI established and provided clinical services for 10 Ebola treatment hospitals with a 1,500 member team in response to the West African Ebola Outbreak.
AMI was involved in the COP26 – United Nations Climate Change Conference Vaccination Program. Committed to making the COP26 Summit both inclusive and COVID-19 safe, the United Kingdom Government provided COVID-19 vaccines to COP delegates that would otherwise not be able to access them. Contracted by Palladium, AMI led the COP26 vaccination efforts on the ground in Benin and Uganda.
AMI is contracted by the Kingdom of the Netherlands to support the islands of St. Maarten, Aruba, and Curacao with augmented ICU care for COVID-19 patients. AMI provides the clinical staff, medical equipment, pharmacy, and consumable supplies. The staff ranges from critical care physicians to ICU RNs and other support staff. Over the course of the pandemic, AMI has recruited, vetted, onboarded, and deployed 600+ medical staff to the Dutch Islands.
AMI provided all clinical services for COVID-19 response to the Navajo Nation. AMI has deployed over 200 personnel to the Nation operating 2 field hospitals for medium acuity COVID-19 patients. In addition, AMI provided COVID-19 PCR testing to Navajo Nation citizens in remote and rural areas. Navajo Nation spans over 27,000 square miles encompassing New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah.
AMI provides medical solutions and services to some of the most remote and challenging environments in the world. To date, the company has delivered healthcare solutions to over 140 clinical settings on 5 continents involving in excess of 10,000 providers.
AMI is dedicated to addressing the full-spectrum of healthcare needs for displaced people by augmenting the existing healthcare workforce or independently providing:
AMI has the capability to provide a range of surgical services in mobile facilities or using existing infrastructure. Surgical specialty services are available but the focus is Damage Control Surgery (DCS) and Damage Control Resuscitation (DCR).
The AMI Vaccination program is adaptable, flexible, scalable and can be quickly implemented across large geographic areas. Given our service to states, sovereign governments, the private sector and international organizations AMI is arguably the globe’s leading private sector provider of comprehensive vaccine efforts. AMI has a modular approach to vaccination clinic set up consisting of community-based, drive-thru and mobile clinics.