Air Ambulance California
Do you, a patient or family member need an air ambulance evacuation to or out of California? At Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance, our award-winning medical team of flight nurses and paramedics takes your patient experience higher. Learjets are medically equipped for critical care and configured for safety, hygiene, and the healthcare journey. Here’s a look at our patient services.
California is the number one tourist destination in the country. According to Visit California, 268 million tourists visited California over the last year alone. Unfortunately, tourists visiting California from other states or countries frequently need to return home for treatment or rehabilitation via air ambulance, following an illness, injury or accident.
Every moment counts when you’re getting your patient to care they need. That’s why our patient advocates and flight coordinators are here 24/7 to help our patients reach the care they need when they need it most. A Learjet is medically configured and designed for comfort, safety, and hygiene to support our critical care patients on their healthcare journey.
What Makes Angel MedFlight Different
We are proud to have the industry’s highest standards for Angel MedFlight’s medical flight team certification and training. Our certified nurses (RN) and paramedics (EMP-T) onboard provide care for patients on every one of our flights.
Angel MedFlight medical flight team receive comprehensive training and regular exams on important patients and air medical procedures. Our clinicians average over a decade of critical care experience and most have earned additional specialty certifications, including CCRN, CEN, CCP-C, CCEMTP.
Every one of our flight paramedics and flight nurses is required to maintain board certification in the flight specialty, (FP-C and CFRN). They are prepared to provide care to our patients in a controlled environment.
Our air medical crew members regularly transport critical patients to and from California who need to receive treatment or rehabilitation. If you, a patient or loved one is having a medical emergency or needs transportation to receive treatment from a healthcare provider there, you can fly in one of our air ambulances to receive the best care in the air.
The Air Ambulance Company with the Highest Patient Ratings
Angel MedFlight has been hailed with the highest ratings in patient satisfaction online. Every one of our air ambulances includes the critical care components of a modern hospital room. Our certified flight paramedic and nurse, and a flight crew with both a captain and an assisting pilot accompany patients and their family members on the flight. Your medical team provides you with complete bedside-to-bedside care so you or your patient can travel comfortably. We leave ample room for up to two family members to ride along.
Your medical flight clinicians and your sending/receiving facility work together to cover all of your healthcare needs. These include IV fluids, medications, oxygen, nutrition, and any other necessary accommodations.
You can quickly navigate your air ambulance options and qualify for any available insurance with our flight coordination team members. They are here to support you 24/7 – call us toll-free to speak with a Flight Coordinator at 866-502-3099.
Get in touch with one of the Angel MedFlight Flight Coordinators today to schedule your air ambulance service from or to a California medical facility.
Make the Healthcare Journey with the Most-Trusted Air Ambulance
Angel MedFlight is proud to be the highest-rated air ambulance provider for patient satisfaction online.
“My experience with Angel MedFlight was outstanding. I had enormous hurdles to have my sister returned to Indiana from California. Angel MedFlight was with me all the way. The EMT and Registered nurse that accompanied my sister made sure she had no problems and went all the way to the facility bedside with her. I highly recommend them because they cared. This was a very challenging ordeal; however, Angel MedFlight’s staff was very comforting and supportive. That meant a lot to me.”
– Jacqueline, Patient’s Sister