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AirCARE1 Featured on Fox 10 News

AirCARE1 was recently featured on Fox 10 New’s TyPad Sunday with Ty Brennan. Check out the video to see what Denise Waye, owner of AirCARE1, has to say!  
By |November 25th, 2015|Company News|0 Comments|

AirCARE1 International Becomes Preferred Provider for International Assistance Group (IAG)

AirCARE1 International has become a preferred provider for the International Assistance Group (IAG). International Assistance Group® is a global network of 61 Partners and preferred providers from all sectors of the assistance value chain, located in a range of countries throughout the world. Selection to become a preferred provider is based on recommendation and a vetting process. AirCARE1 International is only the second air ambulance provider to be selected from the United States.

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Holistic Care in the Air

Taking an holistic approach to treating patients onboard air ambulance flights is a unique method we use here at AirCARE1 to reduce stress in patients during the flight. Denise Waye, president and owner of AirCARE1 International, explains in an article she wrote for AirMed&Rescue Magazine, the positive impact holistic care can have on patients.

As a critical care nurse and former music major, Denise integrated music into the medical environment of air transport after seeing how music [...]

Jack’s Story – AirCARE1’s CFO

A story of Jack, a previous patient of AirCARE1’s founder, Denise Waye. Jack became the CFO of AirCARE1 and continues his twelve year and counting involvement with our company.

By |May 11th, 2015|Company News|0 Comments|

Public Notice: Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems

The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems will conduct an accreditation site visit of AirCARE1 International on December 1st & 2nd 2014.

The purpose of the site visit will be to evaluate the program’s compliance with nationally established medical transport standards. The site visit results will be used to determine whether, and the conditions under which accreditation should be awarded to the program.

CAMTS accreditation standards deal with issues of patient care and safety of [...]

By |October 24th, 2014|Company News|0 Comments|

AirCARE1 Transports 24 Week Old Baby Home to New York City

A baby born four prematurely in Albuquerque, New Mexico finally flies home to New York City by AirCARE1 International. You may also watch the 1st video on this subject which was featured on KOB Channel 4 News.

AirCARE1 International Receives Blanket Mexican Air Ambulance Permit

AirCARE1 International is pleased to announce we have received our Blanket Mexican Air Ambulance permit from the government of Mexico. This blanket permit allows AirCARE1 International to conduct “at will” air ambulance operations in and out of Mexico.

AirCARE1 has worked diligently to obtain a blanket Mexican Air Ambulance permit in order to provide ease of access to patients needing expeditious medical evacuations out of Mexico. A blanket Mexican Air Ambulance permit allows AirCARE1 International [...]

By |February 25th, 2014|Company News|0 Comments|

AirCARE1 International Featured on KOB Channel 4 News

Video of AirCARE1 featured on New Mexico’s KOB Channel 4 News for transporting a premature baby home.

Nevada Requires Air Ambulance Companies to Have State Permit

The Nevada State Senate recently passed Senate Bill 285 (SB285). This legislation prohibits Air Ambulance providers from transporting patients in or out of the state of Nevada without first complying with the state’s safety, medical, and transportation requirements. Few Air Ambulances providers have complied with this new bill to obtain the necessary permit.

AirCARE1 International is pleased to announce we are one of the first long range Air Ambulance providers to have been granted the State of Nevada’s Emergency Medical System’s [...]

The Story of AirCARE1

My name is Denise Waye, I am a nurse and one of the owners of AirCARE1 International. I started working as a critical care nurse over 20 years ago. I worked in Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Care, ICU as well as ER. As I was working in the ER, I was approached by someone who asked if I would like to interview to become a flight nurse for a company who flew jets [...]

By |October 9th, 2013|Company News|0 Comments|