Caring Through COVID-19

AirLife is committed to taking care of our patients and communities while assuring the safety of our crews. We continue to transport critically ill and injured patients by rotor wing, fixed wing and ground. We are currently evaluating mode of transport for patients with known or suspected COVID illness on a case by case basis. We want to thank all of the healthcare providers for your incredibly hard work and commitment during this time of crisis. We are in this together and are committed to helping you find the optimal way to transport your patient.

About Us

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.

About Us

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.