News of FEMERAID International Ambulance Service in Malta
 
Our FEMERAID International Ambulance Service through its Malta unit “Emergency Malta” has recently successfully transported a patient in a very serious condition from the Maltese Central Hospital (Mater Dei Hospital) to the Airport....

Recent Donation by the KMFAP Bailiwick of Mozambique under our “Orphan Program”
 
Sir Luís Miguel Garcia Cruz, Bailiff of Mozambique of the Sovereign Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, Knights of Malta, Federation of the Autonomous Priories (KMFAP), reported that another donation of food items was given on the 5th February 2021 ...

Snippet from FEMERAID International Air Rescue as of 2-4 February 2021
 
We are now confronted with a sad reality that did not exist during the 1st and 2nd waves of the pandemic. Since the beginning of the analysis of COVID-19 cases, there has been a perception that children ...

Snippet from FEMERAID International Air Rescue as of 21 January 2021
 
According to a study published last week, approx. 62% of the patients – who had been infected with the coronavirus – had not fully recovered their health several months later ...

FEMERAID International Ambulance Service - ACTIVITY REPORT 2020
 
Emergency Malta, the FEMERAID International Ambulance Service unit in Malta, has been rendering very valuable services to the health service of the country, mainly to the Central Hospital - Mater Dei Hospital -, not only in medical emergency response, but also transporting COVID-19 patients ...

MEDICAL ALERT from FEMERAID International Air Rescue as of 15 January 2021
 
We have observed an erratic behaviour by who became infected with this virus and survived, even though immunity lasts for at least 5 months for these people and, according to the latest studies, they are 83% less likely to be re-infected during this period, still these people ...

Snippet from FEMERAID International Air Rescue as of 11-13 January 2021
 
Europe continues to break records with daily increases in numbers of cases and of deaths due to COVID-19.

Other numbers are also of concern: ...