Memberships & Accreditations.

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the best possible service to all of our clients, and raising standards in our industry, Altitude Assist is proud to be a member of the following organisations:

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The ISTM was founded in 1991 and promotes healthy, safe and responsible travel of all people crossing international borders. In cooperation with healthcare providers, academic centers, travel industry and media, ISTM advocates education, service, surveillance and research in travel medicine. ISTM is focused on illness and injury prevention, diagnostics & therapeutics.

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The ISMM was founded in 1985 and its goals are to bring together physicians, scientists and allied professionals interested in mountain medicine, to encourage research on all aspects of mountains, mountain peoples and mountaineers, and to spread scientific and practical information about mountain medicine around the world.

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The ASTMH was founded in 1903 and is the largest international scientific organization of experts dedicated to reducing the worldwide burden of tropical infectious diseases and improving global health. They accomplish this through generating and sharing scientific evidence, informing health policies and practices, and fostering career development.

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The IAMAT was founded in 1960 and are a non-profit organization that keeps travellers healthy. They help you plan a healthy trip, connect you with reputable English-speaking doctors, and award scholarships to improve healthcare where you travel. Their health information and services are available to travellers from any country.

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The WMS was founded in 1983 and is the world's leading organization devoted to wilderness medical challenges, including expedition and disaster medicine, dive medicine, search and rescue, altitude illness, cold- and heat-related illness, wilderness trauma, and wild animal attacks. WMS explores health risks and safety issues in extreme environments.