Among the ambulances in our fleet, there is an inter-county vehicle for transporting patients from other parts of the country, plus a specially-equipped intensive-care ambulance. The latter is one of the few units in the country that is tailored for the care and transport of intensive-care patients between care agencies. Our fleet also includes vehicles for transporting the deceased.
Research and development
AISAB has its own R&D department. The unit focusses on continuously improving our operations through clinical research, as well as in developing and implementing subsequent findings. R&D can range from practical work in the ambulance and how vehicles are equipped, to developing treatment care procedures.
Our research and development includes collaborative projects with different care providers including large university hospitals, Karolinska Institute (KI), Sophiahemmets university college (SHH), the Red Cross university college (RKH), the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), and other ambulance services. In this way, we create an environment that enables others to conduct research within our field of interest, while offering both students and our employees opportunities for further education. Our R&D work is always conducted in an ethical manner with patient safety as our first priority.
Have your say
We who work at AISAB strive our utmost to ensure that you as a patient feel safe and that your experience with us is positive. We want to know both what we are doing well and what we could be doing better.
If you have any opinions about our work, we encourage you to contact us. We recommend that you send a letter to us at the following address:
121 18 Johanneshov
121 63 Johanneshov
Phone: +46 (8) 602 62 50
Fax: +46 (8) 602 62 56
Contact the Patients’ Advisory Committee (Patientnämnden)
You might also want to contact the Patients’ Advisory Committee.
If you are not satisfied with the care you have received The National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) provides a Swedish publication that explains how you can further your case. or consult the following English webpage http://www.socialstyrelsen.se/reportingmalpractice