AIFA spends 25 million pesos for 9 months of medical insurance

The Philip Angeles International Airport (AIFA) will pay 25 million and 56 thousand pesos for a nine-month contract for medical services at the facilities of the new air terminal in Zumpango, Mexico.

The winning companies in Tender No. LA-007HZI99 9 -E9-2022 were Atlantis Health Services OperatorSA de CV and Challenge Consulting, SC, who met and presented the most suitable proposal both technically and economically.

These companies have been awarded millionaire contracts in the current management.

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This year, Atlantis Operadora Servicios de Salud and Challenge Consulting received a multi-year contract from the institute to return loot to the people (Indep) to provide “comprehensive medical services to that body, the already trusted retirees of Luz y Fuerza del Centro en settlement.”

The contract from February 2022 to February 2023 is one thousand 53.78 million pesos.

Altogether they were Seven companies Those who made economic proposals: ABC Sivmed, SA de CV, offered 55 million 680 thousand pesos; Atlantis Operadora Servicios de Salud, SA de CV collected 25 million 56 thousand pesos; Diprem MX, SA de CV, 12 million 528 thousand pesos; Hospitium Solutions, SA de CV 23 million 934 thousand pesos.

Business Intelligence Systems, SA de CV, 29 million 971 thousand pesos; Integrated and commercial services: Atlacomulco SA de CV 27 million 132 thousand pesos, and Tecrom SA de CV 57 million 166 thousand pesos.

The medical service contract For a nine-month period for the facilities of the new Philip Angeles International Airport (AIFA) that came into effect from 1 April 2022 and will expire on 31 December.

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in giving Aifa He indicated that he is looking for a comprehensive medical care service before entering the hospital, whose priority will be urgent care and medical emergencies, as well as all cases that require service in airport facilities, including emergency and / or medical emergencies on the plane, prohibited areas and public places in AIFA.

The document states that by presidential order, AIFA began operations on March 21, 2022 and is estimated to carry 19.5 million passengers annually and attend 119,571 commercial operations in the first phase of 2022-2036.

Which presents a direct relative risk in the medical care requirements of travelers, users and personnel carrying out their activities at this international airport. The foregoing entails maintaining an optimum permanent emergency response capacity due to accidents or incidents typical of air operations and all airport activities.”

It is noteworthy that the service must be provided at the facilities of Philip Angeles International Airport, which covers an area of ​​3,740 hectares and includes runways, taxiways, a three-storey terminal building, a platform, aircraft parking, roads and parking in public areas, shopping malls, hangars FBO and MRO, fuel, cargo and customs terminals, from Among other AIFA regions.

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According to the description of the care, the AIFA Medical Service You shall take care of emergencies and emergencies of travelers, users and personnel that may arise at any time and place of AIFA.

“For this reason, he must be prepared and prepared to provide an immediate, effective and quality response in accordance with the regulations issued by the National Center for Technological Excellence in Health (Cenetec) and/or the American Heart Association (AHA) on a 24-hour schedule over the duration of the contract,” the text outlines.

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The service will be divided into five types: pre-hospital medical emergencies which will be prioritized in red, yellow, green and black (deceased patient); Collective emergency, which provides for situations such as floods, earthquakes, aircraft accidents or fires, acts of unlawful interference, and others.

The third type is epidemiological emergencies involving the presence or arrival of a person carrying an infectious infectious disease that is a public health emergency of international importance; Code blue protocol when a patient requests emergency care for acute myocardial infarction, ventricular fibrillation, or sudden cardiac arrest. The fifth is protocol ‘n’, in the case of a deceased patient.

Additionally, the ambulance service is required for care units and units that must have a physician, two pre-hospital medical care technicians, and an emergency vehicle operator who must be a prehospital medical technician and have a Type E driver’s license or similar. .

AIFA will loan to the Bidder two offices located on the 10.50th floor of the terminal building, as well as borrowed medical equipment such as a cold clinical bed, rigid stretcher, medical desk, wall-mounted sphygmomanometer, bag type of first aid kit, operating trolley, pulse oximeter, eliminator Portable automatic external defibrillator, backpack and stethoscope, among others.

The Medicines and medical supplies What is necessary is borne by the company that wins the bid.

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