Air Medical Transport

Helicopters For Medical Transports

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Susan was going to the ATM at 11 PM at night when she was accosted by a robber, and she was robbed of her money, but not before the man shot her at point-blank range. Susan was shot in the head, but she was still alive and breathing. Someone who was close by saw what happened, and they called the police. Police and paramedics arrived on the scene within minutes, but then it was determined that her injuries were too severe, and she needed to be rushed to the hospital. In Susan’s case, a helicopter had to come and pick her up, in order to transport her to the nearest medical facility, which was too far away for the ambulance to bring her there in time, in order to save her life. A helicopter can be a life-saving form of transportation, and it’s something that some patients may need, instead…

Medical Transportation

Reasons to Order a Medical Transportation Service

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There are so many reasons that you would need a medical transportation service. They provide a much-needed service in the community. However, many people don’t realize the benefits of using this great service. Here are some benefits of hiring a non-emergency medical transportation service One benefit of hiring a non-emergency medical transportation service is you don’t have to rely on family members to take you to the hospital. There is typically at least one driver and a nurse that will accompany you to the hospital. This way you don’t have to find a family member to take you. Another benefit of hiring medical transportation is they will pick you up at any time of the day. If you feel you need to go to the hospital in the middle of the night then they will pick you up then. You have the flexibility to go on your own schedule instead…

Medical Transportation

Mobile Stroke Units: How Minutes Can Save Lives


Mobile Stroke Units are one of the newest resources in medical transportation. These units are equipped with the scanning and imagery equipment needed for diagnosis, as well as the tools needed for treatment. These units are also staffed with healthcare officials specializing in neurological medicine and stroke treatment and can speed up both the diagnosis of stroke type and treatment administration. The benefits inherent in the implementation of these units are broad and far-reaching, from increasing access to care in rural areas to improved recovery in stroke victims. Adequate treatment of stroke patients is a serious need in healthcare. During a stroke, time is of the essence, and the rule of thumb is that treatment administered within one hour of the onset of the stroke is best for a patient’s recovery. With a normal EMS unit, the patient loses time in transport both to them and back to the hospital…