AirLife is the Emergency Medical /Critical Care Transport Service of the HealthONE system of hospitals, clinics and healthcare plazas providing air and ground critical care transport for both adult and pediatric medical/ trauma patients.
The primary medical crews are comprised of two flight nurses or a flight nurse and flight paramedic, each with a minimum of five years' experience in critical care, paramedicine and emergency nursing. AirLife also provides High Risk Obstetrical, High Risk Neonatal and Intra-aortic Balloon Pump transports.
These teams are composed of two caregivers from the following: primary flight team nurse, a specialty trained HROB nurse, nurse practitioner, or respiratory therapist.
Learn more about AirLife:
- AirLife Website
Check out the service area, the specialty teams (including AirLife High-Risk OB Team and AirLife Neonate Team) and services provided.
- AirLife EMS Outreach
AirLife actively engages with local EMS, providing a Ride Along program, Helicopter Safety Program, Airborn Standby Program, AirLife Simulator Family, and safety inservices.