Which is blatantly unrealistic. A Hippocrates can provide medical care to 'several thousand patients,' cramming 100,000 people inside a ship that size would be impossible, simply from a volume standpoint. An Argo, at a mere 171 meters long, would likewise be patently incapable of carrying 50,000 people.
Any evacuation effort would be hampered by several things. Firstly, the transport capacity of GTVA ships. There is a finite number of people you can cram into a ship, beyond which you'll run into casualties simply due to transport. Secondly, there's getting them into orbit in the first place. Ships like the Hippocrates are obviously not designed to land on a planet, which brings us to point 3, that being moving the people to the ships in the first place. How long do you think it would take to load even 1000 people into a transport, launch into space, rendezvous with another ship, transfer them over, then repeat on the other end? Finally, judging from the condition of many of the transports, they wouldn't be able to make more than one or two trips, you can't do repairs in the middle of an evacuation efforts.