Global Rescue, a Boston-based company that offers medical evacuation, has 4 million members around the world, including leisure travelers, corporations and governments, said CEO Dan Richards. The U.S government is a client, as is the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team.
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Richards tells travelers that buying a membership is "like AAA, but not for your car, for your body."
"We have a lot of folks who just are people like you and me, who buy our memberships because they're traveling somewhere and they're concerned," Richards said.
The company has hundreds of aircraft under contract around the world and performed more than 1,000 missions last year, including field rescues, medical escorts on commercial planes and evacuations in private planes that are configured "like flying intensive care units," he said.
The company provides short-term memberships in 7-, 14-, and 30-day increments, with prices starting at $119, which covers evacuation to your preferred hospital on medically equipped helicopters, jets and commercial aircraft. Travelers also can buy a yearlong membership.
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Another company, International SOS, has individual memberships that start at about $80 for a 10-day trip, according to Dr. Robert L. Quigley, vice president at International SOS.
For those considering the idea of purchasing medical evacuation insurance, the CDC offers a list of suggested companies to contact.