Immediate Emergency Medical Services

In the event of an accident, the difference between life and death can be mere seconds.

You need an emergency medical service (EMS) that can react instantly, provide you with on-site medical attention and transport you safely and quickly to the closest, most appropriate medical facility.

With a national footprint and access to over 5,500 Emergency Medical Services we transport you instantly by road or by air to the nearest medical assistance available – regardless of your medical aid standing.

All South Africans are entitled to medical care and with a Helivac membership you can have it at your fingertips!

What is Helivac?

The Helivac Membership is a complete emergency medical solution comprising of affordable air and road medical transportation with advanced, rapid response medical care and state-of-the-art equipment for all members through a single emergency number: 0861 HELIVAC. 

The services we provide are multiple, comprehensive and encompass every instant EMS you will ever requires well as subsequent trauma counselling and advice. These include…

What's Included in your membership?

Helivac mobile panic app

24-hour medical call centre

Nationwide network of ambulance and paramedical teams

Access model 

Medical advice line

Poison hotline

Telephonic trauma counselling

Telephonic consultations 

Helivac provides an advanced emergency rescue service

Helivac’s evacuation and rescue service provides a one-stop emergency medical solution. 

Helivac’s primary goal is to provide accident or trauma victims with an unsurpassed round-the-clock advanced emergency rescue service. Access to a countrywide network of Service Providers with ambulances, medical evacuation helicopters and highly experienced medical teams puts Helivac at the forefront of EMS service delivery.

In addition to its extensive road coverage, Helivac’s service offering includes , where possible,  aviation-trained doctors, paramedics and advanced medical equipment to the scene of an emergency by helicopter in order to treat and then medically transport a seriously ill or injured patient to a trauma centre where trained trauma counsellors deal compassionately and expertly with victims.

Helivac has become a nationwide, one-stop emergency medical solution that saves lives by saving time and provides unparalleled medical care and expertise.

Why Helivac?

There are many ways that you benefit from a Helivac membership and these are just a few of them…

  • Unique and entirely independent, with access to thousands of medical professionals and facilities, Helivac is a nationwide, comprehensive Emergency Medical Solution that saves lives by saving time and provides unparalleled medical care and expertise. 
  • The Helivac mobile panic app and a 24 hour medical call centre, plus ambulance services via road and helicopter, ensure your best chance of survival wherever you are and whatever your medical emergency! 
  • Post emergency services are extensive, including a Medical advice line, a Poison hotline, Trauma counselling and Telephonic consultations. 
  • A wide range of membership options are provided to suit every pocket and each member’s specific requirements. We are a ‘one stop shop’ for all Emergency Medical Services, but not one size fits all – we cater to your unique needs. 
  • Now you can receive the best emergency response without being associated with a medical aid or bogged down by red tape – As a Helivac member your cover is all inclusive and instantaneous!

Helivac – providing solid solutions for instant Emergency Medical Care – anywhere!

Select your Helivac Membership Plan

Helivac Panic

Individual or Family Membership
R 49
95
Per month
  • R200 Once Off Joining Fee
  • Individual Membership Only R49,95 per month
  • Family Membership Only R79,95 per month (Family of 6
  • R10,000.00 Funeral Policy *
Incl. Funeral

Helivac Core

Individual or Family Membership
R 109
00
Per month
  • R200 Once Off Joining Fee
  • Individual Membership Only R109 per month
  • Family Membership Only R165 per month (Family of 6)

Helivac Assist

Individual or Family Membership
R 129
00
Per month
  • R200 Once Off Joining Fee
  • Individual Membership Only R129 per month
  • Family Membership Only R179 per month (Family of 6)

Helivac Assist PLUS+

Individual or Family Membership
R 199
00
Per month
  • R250 Once Off Joining Fee
  • Individual Membership Only R199 per month
  • Family Membership Only R249 per month (Family of 6)
INCL. FUNERAL

In its infancy, HELIVAC MEDICAL SERVICES was created to fill a gap in the currently under-serviced emergency road and air rescue segment of South Africa’s emergency services.

Today HELIVAC MEDICAL SERVICES is an Emergency Medical Service concept that is unique to South Africa

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Helivac Core gives you peace of mind in the event of a medical emergency. Our Core membership provides you with private medical transportation in the event of any medical emergency. “Medical advice is one phone number away”

What's Included in your membership?

📲Helivac mobile panic app

☎️24-hour medical call centre

🚑Nationwide network of ambulance and paramedical teams

🧖‍♂️Medical advice line
Poison hotline
Telephonic trauma counselling

Sign up now www.helivac.co.za
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Helivac Core gives you peace of mind in the event of a medical emergency. Our Core membership provides you with private medical transportation in the event of any medical emergency. “Medical advice is one phone number away”

Whats Included in your membership?

📲Helivac mobile panic app

☎️24-hour medical call centre

🚑Nationwide network of ambulance and paramedical teams

🧖‍♂️Medical advice line
      Poison hotline
      Telephonic trauma counselling

Sign up now www.helivac.co.za

TIPS AND TRICKS TO SURVIVE LOAD SHEDDING: A Repost

Go Solar. Install a solar geyser, get solar lamps to put outside in the garden and take inside when the lights are out. There is also a solar cellphone charger available.

You can put it on your dash board while driving and if you get home and there's no electricity, you can still charge your phone.

Get gas. Gas stoves are becoming a popular choice for people who are building a new home or re-doing their kitchen. There's also the portable option: you can buy a camping gas stove. This way you can cook food or boil the kettle even if there's no electricity.

Use empy plastic cool drink bottles and fill them with water and place in your deep freeze. If the power is out for a long time, you can take them out and put them in your fridge to keep food cold until the power comes back on. It also will create extra freezing in the deep freeze to keep your meats from thawing.

Battery operated lights. You can get laterns, torches and other battery operated lights to keep around the house when the power goes off. It's less dangerous than using just candles.

Get a head torch or cap. Many of these are available at your local hardware store. You can strap the head torch around your head or get a cap with a fitted light so that you can walk around the house easily, without trying to make your way in the dark.

Get a generator. Often this is the more expensive option, but depending on your needs and your budget, getting a generator may be a good idea. You can get ones that will keep the entire house powered or smaller ones to just keep the fridge running and perhaps the tv on.

Make sure you have car chargers for your cell phone and iPad. This way you can always make sure your phone is charged while driving before you get to your destination and there's no electricity.

The cost of appliances and how much electricity they use on a monthly basis, according to Eskom Energy calculator

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TIPS AND TRICKS TO SURVIVE LOAD SHEDDING: A Repost

Go Solar. Install a solar geyser, get solar lamps to put outside in the garden and take inside when the lights are out. There is also a solar cellphone charger available. 

You can put it on your dash board while driving and if you get home and theres no electricity, you can still charge your phone.

Get gas. Gas stoves are becoming a popular choice for people who are building a new home or re-doing their kitchen. Theres also the portable option: you can buy a camping gas stove. This way you can cook food or boil the kettle even if theres no electricity.

Use empy plastic cool drink bottles and fill them with water and place in your deep freeze. If the power is out for a long time, you can take them out and put them in your fridge to keep food cold until the power comes back on. It also will create extra freezing in the deep freeze to keep your meats from thawing.

Battery operated lights. You can get laterns, torches and other battery operated lights to keep around the house when the power goes off. Its less dangerous than using just candles.

Get a head torch or cap. Many of these are available at your local hardware store. You can strap the head torch around your head or get a cap with a fitted light so that you can walk around the house easily, without trying to make your way in the dark.

Get a generator. Often this is the more expensive option, but depending on your needs and your budget, getting a generator may be a good idea. You can get ones that will keep the entire house powered or smaller ones to just keep the fridge running and perhaps the tv on.

Make sure you have car chargers for your cell phone and iPad. This way you can always make sure your phone is charged while driving before you get to your destination and theres no electricity.

The cost of appliances and how much electricity they use on a monthly basis, according to Eskom Energy calculator

Credit: https://buff.ly/2lnWBMF

Cyclist killed during high speed chase by alleged hijackers fleeing fatal shootout

A shootout between four suspected hijackers and security guards on the N12 left two suspects dead in Etwatwa, Mpumalanga on Monday.

Mpumalanga police said the victims were travelling on the N12 towards Witbank after purchasing goods in Springs when they were pulled over by the four suspects in a silver Toyota Corolla.

"Private security guards in close vicinity noticed the incident that was unfolding and attended to the scene. On arrival, a shootout ensued between the security and the suspects where two suspects were reportedly shot and killed," added police spokesperson Brigadier Selvy Mohlala.

Police said the other two suspects fled the scene in the Toyota with the security guards in hot pursuit.

"It is further said that the suspects hit a cyclist near Sundra as they were fleeing to evade arrest. Unfortunately, the cyclist succumbed to his injuries. After crashing, the suspects then abandoned the vehicle and disappeared into nearby bushes," said Mohlala.

Read more 👉 www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/cyclist-killed-during-high-speed-chase-by-alleged-hijacker...

#Crime #southafrica #cycling #helivacems #helivacems
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Cyclist killed during high speed chase by alleged hijackers fleeing fatal shootout

A shootout between four suspected hijackers and security guards on the N12 left two suspects dead in Etwatwa, Mpumalanga on Monday.

Mpumalanga police said the victims were travelling on the N12 towards Witbank after purchasing goods in Springs when they were pulled over by the four suspects in a silver Toyota Corolla.

Private security guards in close vicinity noticed the incident that was unfolding and attended to the scene. On arrival, a shootout ensued between the security and the suspects where two suspects were reportedly shot and killed, added police spokesperson Brigadier Selvy Mohlala.

Police said the other two suspects fled the scene in the Toyota with the security guards in hot pursuit.

It is further said that the suspects hit a cyclist near Sundra as they were fleeing to evade arrest. Unfortunately, the cyclist succumbed to his injuries. After crashing, the suspects then abandoned the vehicle and disappeared into nearby bushes, said Mohlala. 

Read more 👉 https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/cyclist-killed-during-high-speed-chase-by-alleged-hijackers-fleeing-fatal-shootout-20220628

#Crime #southafrica #cycling #helivacems #helivacems
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*This Product is Administered by Infussion Financial Services (Pty) Ltd an authorised Financial Services Provider, FSP No 35953

*Product is Underwritten by African Unity Life Ltd, a licensed life insurance company and an authorised Financial Services Provider, FSP No 8447