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Aero Med Express
Our air ambulance service complies with all Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) guidelines as well as Federal Aviation Regulations. We are active members in the National Business Aircraft Association (NBAA), the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and the Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS).
At Aero Med Express®, our number one commitment is to ensure the safety of the patient and air medical team. To do that, we deploy highly trained and qualified pilots, and medical teams consisting of a registered nurse with at least two years of critical care experience and a critical care paramedic on all medical flights, both emergency and non-emergency. Our nurses and paramedics are air ambulance professionals, trained in advanced cardiac life support and pediatric advanced life support. Each team is chosen based on the needs of individual patients and will remain by their side each step of the way. Providing safe and comfortable medical air transport is our top priority.
Professional Air Ambulance Service Without The Middle Man
At Aero Med Express®, our services span as wide as the skies we fly. Our advanced knowledge of what it takes to provide the highest quality air ambulance experience can't be matched. Aero Med Express® is NOT a broker, meaning we are available directly and eliminate the cost of a middle man. No matter what your medical transportation need, our highly qualified staff will be by your side every step of the way, making your air ambulance experience as personal as possible. From emergency medical flight needs, to destination healthcare, our Diamond Jet is fully equipped to handle any situation.
When using the term “air ambulance” it’s important to know that it encompasses multiple types of aircraft that are used for medical purposes. A good definition is “a specially outfitted aircraft, that transports injured or sick people in a medical emergency or over distances or terrain impractical for conventional ground ambulance.” These aircraft fall into two difference categories: rotary-wing and fixed-wing.Read more
A recent article published by the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette states that new research shows over 20% of patients discovered they had been misdiagnosed by their primary care provider after getting a second opinion at "one of the nation's premier medical institutions."Read more