Sersan is proud to keep its members and customers updated about the classic activities of health care and maritime emergencies. This year is stranger than usual. The covid emergency is slowly fading and this allows us to focus our energies on occupational medicine and maritime emergencies.

Among the many health care cases we have carried out, some transfers with medical escort or general assistance stand out.

  • from 21 to 23 May, patient Mr. G.N., Old Wine ship, route from Mestre (Italy) to Sibiu (Romania)
  • from 6 to 28 June, patient Mr. M.J.T., Silver Wine ship, route from Cagliari (Italy) to Manila (Philippines)
  • from 5 to 14 August, patient Mr. N.D., Xenia ship, route from Sassari to Cagliari (Italy) then to Athens (Greece)
  • from 27 to 28 September, patient Mr. Z.B., MSC Ingy ship, route from Hong Kong to Istanbul (Turkey) then to Spalato (Croatia)
  • 6 November, patient Mr. C.R., MSC Orchestra ship, route from Genova (Italy) to Durban (Southafrica)
  • from 18 to 28 November, patient Mrs. C.L., Tejo Alges ship, autonomous repatriation
  • from 13 to 14 December , patient Mr. S.E., MSC Leanne ship, route Faro (Portugal) to Naples (Italy)

During the repatriation route, the patient is always accompanied by one of our competent doctors to continue health care during the return journey. As usual, Sersan took care of the organization of trips and hospitalizations, bureaucracy for air tickets and certificates and monitoring of routes.

Sersan will continue to work hard to manage emergencies and provide health care as best it can.

Best regards,