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Montevideo was founded by the Spanish Colonial Administrator Bruno Mauricio de Zabala in 1724 as a Spanish stronghold against the Portuguese empire. Between 1807 and 1830 the city was under the rule of British, Spanish, Argentine, Portuguese, and Brazilian forces. The city gained its independence in 1830.
Montevideo is located on the north shore of the Río de la Plata on an area of about 77 square km. Montevideo is the most populated city in Uruguay with an estimated population of more than 2 million people. Few of the city’s most famous landmarks are located at the Plaza Independencia.
Air Ambulance 1 provides the following services:
Air ambulance is the safest and fastest way to transport patients that can’t fly or regular commercial airline. Air ambulance planes are modified to accommodate the patient’s needs and include advance medical equipment. Call Air Ambulance 1 for more information.
Being the capital city of Uruguay with a large population and a popular tourist destination, an air ambulance is an important part of the city’s medical services. Our professional coordination team can assist you 24/7.
The British Hospital or Hospital Británico is a private hospital in Montevideo, Uruguay. It is located in the barrio of Parque Batlle, just west of the park of the same name. It was first established by the British in the Ciudad Vieja under the name Hospital Extranjero in 1857.
The Italian Hospital of Montevideo, whose official name is Ospedale italiano Umberto I, is a clinic and sanatorium founded in 1890 near Parque Batlle, Montevideo. It lies just to the north of the 1830 obelisk and the Hospital Pereira Rossell.
Hospital Vilardebó is the only psychiatric hospital in Reducto, Montevideo, Uruguay. It opened on 21 May 1880, named after the physician and naturalist Teodoro Vilardebó Matuliche. The hospital was originally one of the best of Latin America and in 1915 grew to 1,500 hospital inpatients.
Carrasco/General Cesáreo L. Berisso International Airport is the international airport of Montevideo, the capital city of Uruguay. It also is the country's largest airport and is located in the namegiving Carrasco neighborhood located in the adjoining department of Canelones.
Santa Bernardina International Airport is a military and general aviation airport serving Durazno, capital of the Durazno Department of Uruguay. The facilities are shared with the Tte. 2° Mario W. Parallada Air Base of the Uruguayan Air Force.
Artigas International Airport is an airport serving Artigas, capital of the Artigas Province of Uruguay. The airport is 2 kilometres west of the city, and is close to the border with Brazil. The airport was opened in November 1973.
Among the many facilities this city may offer, we have served places like, British Hospital,Hospital Italiano de Montevideo, Hospital de Clínicas EMERGENCIA, Hospital Vilardebó, Filtro HP. MSP, Asociación Española, Hospital de Clínicas “Dr. Manuel Quintela”, Sanatorio Español, Hospital De Clinicas, Hospital Pereira Rossell, Hospital Maciel, Hospital Saint Bois, Centro Médico Carlos Comba- Hospital Evangélico, Health Center “Dr. Badano Repetto”, Sanatorio Americano, Médica Uruguaya – Sede Central, Hospital De Traumatologia and more.
Air Ambulance 1 also service provide services in the surrounding area airports such as PDP – Punta del Este International Airport, PDU – Paysandu Airport, TAW – Tacuarembo Airport, MLZ – Melo International Airport, CYR – Laguna de los Patos International Airport, MVD – Carrasco International Airport, STY – Nueva Hesperides International Airport, ATI – Aeropuerto Internacional de Artigas, RVY – Rivera International Airport, VCH – Aeropuerto de Vichadero, AEP – Aeroparque Internacional Jorge Newbery, EZE – Ezeiza International Airport and more
We Guarantee that when choosing Air Ambulance 1, your loved ones shall be treated with professional and compassionate care. We consider every patient as family, we strive to perfection and continuously monitoring our operations. When choosing A provider, Remember that Air Ambulance 1’s management team has over 200,000 successful patient transfers in the past 15 years.