Our inputs were always welcome.

Our inputs were always welcome during the development of the HAMILTON-T1. We even had Hamilton Medical technicians on-site to take a look at what we wanted changed. I got the impression that no effort was spared. We called and they reacted instantly.

Thomas Burren
Chief Intensive Care Flight Nurse Rega Jet
Swiss Air-Ambulance Rega, Zürich, Switzerland

Rega Swiss Air Rescue, Zurich, Switzerland
Rega is a private, non-profit air rescue service that provides emergency medical assistance in Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and all around the world. The head office is located at Zurich-Kloten airport. 3 Challenger ambulance-jets are used for repatriations of seriously ill patients in the “flying intensive-care unit” from abroad, transfer of newborn babies in a transportable incubator as well as for transport of helpers and rescue dogs to disaster areas.

www.rega.ch

Key facts

  • Founded in: 1952
  • Number of employees: 347
  • Fleet: 17 helicopters, 3 ambulance jets
  • Number of helicopter bases: 13
  • Hamilton Medical vents in use: 3 HAMILTON-T1 (in the ambulance jets)
  • Patient groups: adult, pediatric, neonatal