As a nurse I know a lot about the health care field and the various services that are available to people through hospitals, medical clinics and the many services that are offered to those who are sick at home or who become sick while on vacation in another country.
Are you aware that air ambulance services exist? I don’t mean emergency rescue air ambulances – such as ones used to transport a car accident victim to a trauma hospital a few miles away from the source of the accident. No, I mean air ambulances that, for example, can transport a person who’s fallen ill in another Country or in another State, back to their city for medical care close to their families.
Just like keeping emergency phone numbers by the phone, you should bookmark the Airambulance.net website. You never know when you might need their services! In fact, the airambulance.net website is the central hub of information about air ambulance services in the United States.
Earlier I discussed that one might need this kind of service if they were on vacation and fell seriously ill in a place far from home – the other side of the Country or even in another Country. Air Ambulance services are used quite often to transport people out of Countries or from one area of the Country or State to another for all kinds of reasons.
If you lived in a remote area that didn’t have specialized medical services and you needed to go to a hospital in another part of the State or Country for treatments or for an operation that could save your life you would probably end up using an Air Ambulance service to get you there.
I know several nurses and paramedics that have worked for a variety of Air Ambulance services. These medical professionals are often the top in their field – extremely knowledgeable about emergency medical treatments, and highly professional as they deliver these services to those who are sick and seriously ill.
Air Ambulance services specialize in transporting patients who need basic to critical care on board air ambulances with state of the art medical equipment. Each aircraft used for the Air Ambulance service has life support equipment on board. As well as highly trained flight nurses and flight paramedics.