There are many scenarios where a flight on a medically-configured jet may be the best solution for patient transport.
- When urgent medical attention is needed and time is critical
- For a critical injury or illness where the patient cannot be transported by commercial means. For example, if the patient is on a ventilator or is unable to sit upright for long periods of time.
- For injury or illness sustained while traveling in a foreign country
- If the patient’s illness or injury requires treatment by a specialist
Air medical transport is appropriate for patients with brain and spinal cord injury, stroke, cancer, trauma, transplant, burn, neonatal/pediatric, cardiac, pulmonary respiratory and multiple other conditions.
To learn more about medical flights, browse our Frequently Asked Questions or call our team of air medical transportation experts who are available to you around the clock. 877.264.3570