Since all AirCARE1 aircrafts are equipped as Airborne Critical Care Units, we are able to fly patients with a wide variety of medical conditions. Some patients require only minor medical monitoring all the way to patients who are critically ill and in need of specialty care.

The general criteria for flying a patient is a doctor’s recommendation that the patient should not travel by a commercial carrier.

Conditions include:

1. Trauma patients
2. Respiratory patients on ventilators
3. Cardiac patients on balloon pumps (IABP)
4. Neurological patients with head injuries requiring intra cranial monitoring
5. Patients with multiple IV drips
6. We fly hospital specialty teams including:

  • Neonatal patients
  • Pediatric patients
  • Adult patients