About us


AirLife Denver’s mission is to provide the highest quality, compassionate patient care, delivered with safe, appropriate transportation by a committed and expert team of professionals. AirLife operates four helicopter bases within Colorado, covering the Denver Metro Region as well as the Front Range and the Eastern Plains, extending into Wyoming, Nebraska and Kansas. We also operate two KingAir 200 fixed-wing airplanes allowing us to extend our services during periods of inclement weather and over greater distances.

  • AirLife Denver offers critical care services at the highest level for all of our patients, transporting them from anywhere in our region to the most appropriate facility for their continued care.
  • Adult-Pediatric Team: This is our primary team providing highly skilled care to all patients 5kg and up. We respond to scene flights anywhere in our region–from the mountains to the plains, as well as provide critical-care interfacility transports.
    • Our team consists of nurses and paramedics with a minimum of five years experience in their field and all team members must carry a specialty certification (CFRN, FP-C). We are partners with Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, as well as our other HealthONE Hospitals to help us train and provide expert-level care across these disciplines.
  • In addition to our adult and pediatric services, we have dedicated specialty teams with discipline-specific credentials providers on each.
    • High-Risk Obstetric Team: Consisting of a RNC-OB RN and a member of the adult-peds team
    • Neonatal Team: Consisting of a neonatal nurse practitioner and a neonatal RN

Critical air and ground transport for adult and pediatric patients

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.

Critical air and ground transport for adult and pediatric patients

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.

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