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IPRS MTS Introduces Advanced Medical Transportation Services in the United Kingdom, Prioritizing Clinical Excellence

In West Sussex, a new venture called IPRS Medical Transport Services (MTS) has emerged, with future plans for expansion in the upcoming year. Their extensive range of specialised ambulance transport services covers the United Kingdom as well as transportation to and from Europe.

IPRS MTS operates under the IPRS Group, an independent organisation that delivers clinical products and services to both the public and private sectors. Focusing on achieving clinical excellence, compliance, and an exceptional patient journey, IPRS MTS has developed four distinct medical transportation services. They collaborate directly with NHS trusts, commissioning bodies, private ambulance services, and the public to cater to the unique transportation needs of patients.

Their service portfolio includes high-dependency transfers from intensive care units, secure transportation services for individuals with mental health conditions, bariatric transfers for patients requiring medical assistance during transport, and non-emergency repatriation services to and from Europe.

Phil Bayliss, the Director of IPRS MTS, expresses his delight in the official launch of IPRS MTS, stating, “I am thrilled to announce the inauguration of IPRS MTS. We are enthusiastic about introducing our services to the market and firmly believe that we offer something truly distinctive. By aligning ourselves with the Greener NHS initiative, embracing cutting-edge technology, and emphasising clinical expertise, we aim to make a significant impact. It is an exhilarating time to be a part of IPRS MTS, and I eagerly anticipate the growth of our organisation in the months and years ahead.”

Ensuring the delivery of the highest standard of medical care remains paramount for IPRS MTS. Each member of their paramedic team is registered with the Health Practice Associates Council, the regulatory authority for pre-hospital clinicians in the United Kingdom. Additionally, they undergo rigorous training to guarantee that patients receive an optimal level of care and compassion during transportation.

IPRS MTS places a strong emphasis on technology and innovation. To provide a safe and comfortable service, their fleet of ambulances is equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment utilised by their paramedics to deliver exceptional clinical care. For the secure transportation of patients with mental health conditions, specially equipped vehicles with Home Office Category B cells and seating arrangements that facilitate assessments and conversations during the journey are employed. Rigorous audits of their services are conducted to maintain high levels of patient satisfaction and ensure adherence to quality standards.

Despite only recently launching earlier this month, IPRS MTS has already set their sights on growth, with plans to introduce new services and expand their presence throughout the country and into Europe. They are actively recruiting for new positions within the United Kingdom.

Martyn Jackson, CEO of the IPRS Group, states, “As part of the IPRS Group, we continuously explore opportunities to expand our current skill set. Our expertise in repatriation positions us favorably to build upon it with the establishment of IPRS MTS. We have already assembled a team with extensive experience in this field, and I am highly enthusiastic about the future growth of this organisation.”

Sam Allcock
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