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Air Ambulance – North America

Founded in 2004 by a critical care nurse, AirCARE1 is a trusted long-range air ambulance provider with dual accreditation from both CAMTS and EURAMI. We transport neonate, pediatric, and adult patients to domestic and international locations with our fleet of company owned Learjet aircraft. We make a difference in our patient’s lives every day.


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Case Study: AirCARE1 uses High Flow Oxygen Therapy on board its air ambulance

Case Study: AirCARE1 uses High Flow Oxygen Therapy on board its air ambulance

In the past, High Flow Oxygen Therapy has only been used in a hospital setting. After observing the major benefits of this therapy, AirCARE1 incorporated high flow into the company’s air ambulance services

https://www.itij.com/latest/long-read/case-study-aircare1-uses-high-flow-oxygen-therapy-board-its-air-ambulance

CASE STUDY: AirCARE1 Air Ambulance continues to transport Covid patients

CASE STUDY: AirCARE1 Air Ambulance continues to transport Covid patients

Nat Arnold, Flight Paramedic and Client Relations Specialist at AirCARE1, describes how the company is continuing to care for Covid patients

https://www.itij.com/latest/long-read/case-study-aircare1-air-ambulance-continues-transport-covid-patients

Case Study: Neonatal ECMO transport within the US

Case Study: Neonatal ECMO transport within the US

A neonatal patient on ECMO needed a short transfer within the US, which required very meticulous planning and preparation by AirCARE1’s air medical team

https://www.itij.com/latest/long-read/case-study-neonatal-ecmo-transport-within-us

Assessing patients' conditions in advance of air medical transportation

Assessing patients’ conditions in advance of air medical transportation

Denise Waye, President of AirCARE1 International, looks at how technology is helping to provide a true assessment of a patient’s condition ahead of pick-up

https://www.itij.com/latest/long-read/assessing-patients-conditions-advance-air-medical-transportation

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