All of the aircraft are equipped with on board certified Advanced Life Support (ALS) medical equipment. The medical equipment consists of, but is not limited to, cardiac monitors, defibrillators, IV pumps, infusion pumps, IV solutions, medical oxygen, oxygen supplies with all necessary regulators and gauges to deliver oxygen, intubations equipment, respirator/ventilator, FAA approved stretcher, oropharyngeal airways, hand operated bag-valve mask resuscitators, portable suction units, pulse oximeters, blood pressure cuffs, etc.
Yes. We provide a team of Neonatal nurses and respiratory therapists to take care of infants in incubators or isolate. We also provide a team of Pediatric medical staff that will attend pediatric patients. In most flights, parents will be able to accompany their loved ones.
Yes. We recommend that you contact us prior to the transfer, when you are placed on the transplant list, to discuss our aircraft availability, payment arrangements, and other details. However, due to time limitation, we urge you to compile a list of air transport companies to determine which will respond in the shortest time possible. In addition, make sure to have pre-approved insurance payment guarantee and/or major credit card(s) with available balance.
In some states, such as: Florida and Texas, air ambulance companies are regulated at a state level. Advanced Air Ambulance, Corp., is licensed in the state of Florida. However, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certifies all of the aircraft.
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