AeroCare Uses Learjets To Transport Patients Worldwide
BY DOUG SWAN
APRIL 8, 2016 – You never know when you might need the services of an air ambulance provider like AeroCare Worldwide Air Ambulance Service. AeroCare transports patients of all kinds, from places all around the world, for various medical conditions.
Some patients fall ill while traveling, others get injured while on vacation, and some need to be transported to a medical facility that’s too far to commute to by land. Often people are too sick or injured to fly on a commercial flight. They need dedicated medical attention during their transport. That’s when they call AeroCare Worldwide Air Ambulance. AeroCare has been in the air medical transport business for more than 21 years and know what they’re doing. They provide air ambulance services including, air medical evacuation, medical repatriation, organ transplant procurement flight, and commercial flight medical escort.
Highly Accredited In The Industry
AeroCare is accredited by CAMTS - Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems. This non-profit, national organization holds air ambulance companies to the highest safety standards in the air medical transport industry. Other air ambulance companies try to attain this highly prestigious accreditation, but often fall short of passing the stringent guidelines because their standards and safety don’t meet the strict requirements of CAMTS. AeroCare is one of only 65 air ambulance companies worldwide to receive this highly sought after accreditation. If you’re searching for an air ambulance company and they are not CAMTS accredited, ask them why not? What CAMTS means to the consumer is that they are flying their patient with the safest air medical transport company in the industry.
Learjets are the preferred aircraft for most air ambulance providers, however not all air ambulance providers own their own jets. Some companies that appear to have their own jets actually use other companies’ aircraft. They may also use medical personnel that are not their own, and may not even be trained in flight physiology. They could even be using medical equipment on the aircraft that is not certified for use in flight. These are typically air ambulance brokers and are not CAMTS accredited. Consumers need to be aware that this goes on in the air medical transport industry, and be sure they ask the right questions when interviewing a company.
AeroCare owns their own fleet of medically configured Learjets. The fleet includes a Learjet 31ER, Learjet 35A, and Learjet 55. They also own a Beechcraft King-Air B200.
Learjet 35A & Learjet 55
AeroCare’s Learjet 35A and Learjet 55 are capable of a maximum speed of 530 miles per hour, have a maximum range of 2,500 statute miles, and a maximum altitude of 45,000. Because of the great range and speed of the two jets, AeroCare has been able to transport patients in foreign countries. The AeroCare Learjet 35A and larger Learjet 55 can reach patients fast and transport them to their destination quickly and in the comfort of a private jet.
AeroCare newest jet is their high-performance Learjet 31ER. This extended range Learjet can fly at speeds of 550 miles per hour at 51,00 feet and a range of 1,600 statue miles.
With this impressive fleet of medical aircraft AeroCare can help people in need of an air medical transport anywhere in the U.S. and internationally. AeroCare is committed to safety for the patients and their loved ones they fly. That’s why each Learjet is piloted by an ATP rated Captain and First Officer. AeroCare has maintained a perfect safety record in the more than 21 years of operations. AeroCare is a company you can trust and feel safe flying with. If you need an air medical transport, reach out to AeroCare today. AeroCare’s Command Center is open 24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year. AeroCare is ready when you need them. Visit AeroCare.com or call 800-823-1911 or 630-466-0900.Air Medical