Frequently Asked Questions

About Air Ambulances

An air ambulance is a fixed-wing aircraft with built in stretcher system and fully equipped with Advanced Life Support (ALS) medical equipment and medical personnel to assist in the transport of an ill person from one city to another, regardless of distance. Read more here.

At Advanced Air Ambulance Corp., we provide many types of services to suit the patient’s particular medical needs. In most circumstances, Advanced Air Ambulance, Corp., will provide complete worry-free BEDSIDE-to-BEDSIDE service, which means we will provide a ground ambulance to pick up the patient from their bedside to the nearest possible airport. We will then fly the patient on an awaiting air ambulance that is medically equipped with Advanced Life Support (ALS) equipment and staffed with a Registered Nurse and/or ALS Paramedic. Upon arrival to the destination airport, an awaiting ambulance will transfer the patient to the final destination. We also provide specialized medical staff when needed. For example, when a patient requires a respirator or ventilator, a Respiratory Therapist is required to operate such a device on board the flight. Physicians may also be available upon request, at additional fees. In addition, Advanced Air Ambulance, Corp. provides Medical Escort Service for those patients that require medical care on a commercial airliner.

When a patient requires a stretcher during an air transport, then an air ambulance will be most needed. Other occasions may require the patient to go to a specialized hospital for immediate treatment or specialized rehabilitation. Also patients and their family members may prefer using an air ambulance for the comfort and worry-free bedside-to-bedside service that we offer rather than using a commercial airline that do not accept patients on domestic flights.

Depending on the type and the configuration of the aircraft, we may accept up to four passengers to accompany the patient. If the patient requires several medical personnel, then fewer passengers will be able to accompany the patient.

Our dispatch office is open 24 hours, 7 days a week including all holidays. An experienced flight coordinator is always ready to assist you.

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