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U.S. Air Ambulance is based in Sarasota, Florida. Staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, every phone call or email inquiry is answered personally by Customer Service Representatives and Flight Coordinators, many of whom are multi-lingual. They focus on finding the most appropriate mode of transportation – air ambulance, long-distance ground ambulance, commercial medical escorts by train and air, and international stretcher service on commercial airlines.

The company was founded in 1997 and has grown to become one of the top five air ambulance companies in the world, transporting more than 97,000 patients during this time with a 100% flight safety record.

The HELP program is a focused alternative to FEMA evacuation for medical facilities.

Besides the day-to-day operations of transporting sick and injured patients, U.S. Air Ambulance also has established a comprehensive disaster management program: The Hospital Evacuation Liaison Program (HELP) for hospitals and nursing homes. The program addresses the logistical difficulties inherent in mass patient evacuation, including locating and contracting with patient transport providers and receiving hospitals.

“Our goal is to take much of the relocation burden off of the hospital or nursing home personnel,” stated Clif Carothers, President of U.S. Air Ambulance. “When a disaster occurs, we realize your staff must be focused on medical and facility issues. Our program is designed to help you every step of the way, from the grant-writing process through identification and mobilization of transportation suppliers, training, coordination of the evacuation and financial accounting.”

For more information on how U.S. Air Ambulance and our HELP program can make your job easier while offering private, professional evacuation services, please contact us today at 800/633-5384 or info@hospitalevac.org, or view our PowerPoint Presentation and learn more about our team.

 

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