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April 28, 2016

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AEROCARE’S NEW FLORIDA BASE HELPS PATIENTS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
March 28, 2016
AeroCare's Learjet 35A in front of the AeroCare Ft. Lauderdale hangar   BY DOUG SWAN   MARCH 28, 2016 - It’s been three months since AeroCare Air Ambulance opened its new base in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. AeroCare added this third base of operations to its two already existing bases in Scottsdale, AZ and Chicago, Illinois. The Florida base allows AeroCare to strategically serve patients on the east coast, the Caribbean, Mexico,...
AEROCARE’S BABY REESE MIRACLE MISSION VIDEO AND BLOG FEATURED IN AIRMED & RESCUE MAGAZINE
March 25, 2016
Baby Reese being loaded onto AeroCare’s Learjet   BY DOUG SWAN   March 25, 2016 – AeroCare recently released a video for their series entitled “Real Air Ambulance Patient Stories.” The “Baby Reese Miracle Mission” was the true story of an infant with a brain tumor that desperately needed treatment at a medical facility in another state. However, the parents could not afford to fly their baby on an air ambulance.
AEROCARE REAL AIR AMBULANCE PATIENT STORIES – BABY REESE MIRACLE MISSION
March 18, 2016
  MARCH 18, 2016  It’s a typical busy day at AeroCare Air Ambulance when suddenly Aero-Medical Case Manager Jennifer Etzel-Elaqad receives an urgent call from a mother in need. Erin the mother of infant Reese called and spoke with Jennifer for more than an hour, explaining her babies difficult medical condition and the dilemma she was facing.   Reese had an inoperable brain tumor and his healthcare could not be handled...
AEROCARE'S TRAINING MAKES MEDICAL CREW THE SAFEST IN THE INDUSTRY
March 17, 2016
MARCH 17, 2016  At AeroCare safety comes first. The AeroCare Illinois base medical crew held their quarterly education and staff meeting this week and got to try our newly added equipment: Abbott I-Stat machines, which allow the crews to check vital blood/lab values while at 40,000 feet as well as Medtronic’s McGrath MAC Enhanced Direct Laryngoscope, which allows the team even more precision and first-attempt airway success when the need arises in flight.
AeroCare Real Air Ambulance Patient Stories - Motocross Racer Wyatt Krampitz
March 2, 2016
Wyatt Krampitz is lucky to be alive.   By Doug Swan SCOTTSDALE, AZ - In 2015 AeroCare Air Ambulance Service provided air medical transport for a young motocross racer who was suddenly stricken ill with carbon monoxide poisoning before an important race.   Today AeroCare released a new “AeroCare Real Patient Stories” video on the events that lead The Krampitz Family to reach out to AeroCare for a medical flight for their...