Through our extensive work with Military, Policing & Border Forces around the world, International SOS understands the unique operational medical requirements, command structures and detailed Health Support Plans required to support operations and exercises.
We work closely with governments and IGOs to support the achievement of strategic outcomes, mitigate health risks for deployed forces, provide realistic first aid combat training and provide medical assistance for training exercises.
In complex and demanding environments we deploy alongside active military forces on peacekeeping missions through our wholly owned military and humanitarian subsidiary, Iqarus.
Deployed Medical Services to Support Regional Operations
Providing Medical Services and Supplies to the Aid and Development Sector
Support to Military Training Exercises
Iqarus specialises in delivering high standards of medical care in the world’s most challenging operating environments. Working side by side with governments, IGOs, NGOs and military forces, Iqarus delivers innovative and scalable turnkey medical solutions from an individual medic to Damage Control Surgical Units and full-scale field hospitals. However remote or high-risk the environment, Iqarus can provide a rapidly deployable solution.
HOW WE SUPPORT OUR CLIENTS
Medical Support for Police & Defence Personnel Supporting Operation Lilia
The Australian Defence Force contracted International SOS to provide primary and emergency medical support, for police and defence personnel in support of Operation LILIA in Solomon Islands.COVID-19Business ContinuityDuty of CareCrisis ManagementSafety
International Medical Training For Military Corps Based Overseas
Iqarus, International SOS’s dedicated lead for medical training, was engaged to provide medical training for military personnel deploying in the Middle East.TrainingCOVID-19Duty of CareWellbeingCrisis Management
Primary Health, Emergency Response, Health Logistics & Capacity Building in PNG
International SOS has been providing primary healthcare and emergency medical services to the members of the Australian Federal Police (ADF) deployed to Papua New Guinea (PNG) as a part of the Australia Policing Partnership since 2014.COVID-19Business ContinuityDuty of CareCrisis ManagementSafety