Paris, France, October 21st, 2022 – The International Assistance Group (IAG) is delighted to announce that specialist assistance provider AMI Global Assistance recently passed the stringent vetting process to become a Core Partner.
Part of the AMI Group of Companies (voted Best Medical Provider at the 2021 ITIJ Awards), AMI Global Assistance (AMI-GA) provides world-class healthcare solutions and medical assistance services specializing in underserved, austere and conflicted environments. Clients include international Fortune 500 companies, government entities, NGOs and world-renowned charities.
‘The trust our clients have in AMI-GA’s capabilities means that they are now looking to us to provide that exceptional support on a global scale,’ explained Randy Cook, AMI-GA’s Chief Executive. ‘Our aim is to be an asset to IAG wherever we have a presence or solid knowledge. As we expand, we very much look forward to working with IAG’s Partners and correspondents to deliver quality solutions for our clients.’
AMI-GA Operations Manager, Sharon Solomon, reinforced the importance of the partnership with IAG commenting, ‘I have previous experience working closely with IAG, its partners and network. This level of collaboration is invaluable when faced with challenging or complex cases.’
‘We are pleased to welcome AMI-GA to increase our resources in complex areas that have been challenging for our existing network’, added Louise Heywood, IAG’s General Manager.
With a heritage rooted in 10+ years of outstanding global medical, transport and aviation assistance services, the AMI Group of Companies’ on-the-ground approach means many people are deployed in the field and have first-hand expertise in the realities of face-to-face encounters, negotiating solutions and facilitating or providing medical treatment.
AMI has its own hospitals in Liberia, Sierra Leone, South Sudan and Libya, but with its global head office located in Reston, Virginia (just outside Washington DC), a new 24/7 alarm centre in London and an aviation hub in Malta, AMI-GA is ideally situated to build on its African roots and, in partnership with IAG, support its clients globally.
AMI-GA holds ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems, ISO 14001 Environment Management and ISO 45001 Health & Safety Management. The AMI-GA Operations team also train to the ISO 31030 Travel Risk Management Standard (TRM), which is included in our comprehensive integrated management system.
About the International Assistance Group
The International Assistance Group is the world’s largest alliance of over 160 independent assistance companies, service providers, and correspondents dedicated to world-class global assistance service and cross-border collaboration on behalf of insurers and travellers.
We combine our shared global values and collective expertise with local market and cultural knowledge, united by a common desire to help travellers in trouble anywhere, at any time. Together, we deliver high-quality medical, roadside, travel, corporate, security, and home assistance services to business and leisure travellers, as well as expatriates, and large corporations. Our philosophy ‘local partners, global solutions’ underpins our mission, to enable our partners to always deliver world-class assistance, wherever their customers are.
About AMI Global Assistance
AMI Global Assistance (AMI-GA), part of the AMI Group of Companies, is rooted in 10+ years of world-class healthcare solutions and medical assistance services specializing in underserved, austere and conflicted environments. We provide acute care and agile proprietary medical, transport and aviation assistance services through innovative tech-forward tools. We serve international Fortune 500 companies, government entities, and world-renowned NGOs and charities. We break down barriers and support fair access to quality, clinical care for today’s travellers, including the globally mobile, and those on professional international assignments and missions. We partner with our customers, patients and the healthcare and assistance communities to achieve optimal health and cost management outcomes.