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Air Ambulance Massachusetts

Air ambulance flights to/from Massachusetts airport with transportation to/from Massachusetts facility.

Massachusetts Air Ambulance

Massachusetts Locations

Are you, a patient, or family member in need of a medical flight to or from Massachusetts? No matter where you are, Angel MedFlight’s award-winning air ambulance team of flight paramedics and nurses can help you or your patient reach life-changing care, wherever it is located. Here’s a quick glance at our critical care patient services. Our preferred part 135 operator flies and operates Learjet that are perfect for comfort, safety and hygiene on the critical care journey.

The state receives 25 million domestic visitors a year and 1.8 million visitors from overseas. Travelers in Massachusetts from other states and countries sometimes need to return home via Jet ICU (or air ambulance) for the care, surgery, or rehabilitation required after a critical medical emergency, (illness, injury, or accident).

According to a research report from the City of Boston’s Commission on Affairs of the Elderly and the Gerontology Institute at UMass Boston, the state’s population is older than it has ever been before with the most senior Baby Boomers approaching their seventies. More than 14% of residents in Boston are 60 years old or older.

Senior patients frequently require an air ambulance or Angel Flight to reach the level of care they need, either for treatment options closer to home or nearby their immediate family members who live in another state. Our award-winning clinical staff has extensive experience in medical transports for all critical care patients across the spectrum, including our senior patients.

At Angel MedFlight we know that when it comes to getting you or your patients to the best possible care, every moment counts. That’s why our flight coordinators and dispatchers are here for you around the clock – so patients can reach the care they need when they need it most. Angel MedFlight works with our preferred part 135 operator to fly medically configured Learjet that promote speed, comfort and above all, safety. A flight captain and supporting pilot join us on every healthcare mission, while our certified flight nurse (RN) and flight paramedic (EMP-T) focus on caring for your patient.

What makes Angel MedFlight different?

At Angel MedFlight, our team strives for the industry’s highest training and certification standards for our medical flight team. On every flight, our paramedics (EMP-T) and certified nurses (RN) on board provide care our patients.

Each of our clinicians receives regular comprehensive training and exams on air medical and patient procedures. The majority of our clinicians have more than a decade of critical care experience and have also earned additional specialty certifications, including CCRN, CEN, CCP-C, CCEMTP.

Each of our medical flight team members are required to maintain board certification in the flight specialty within 90 days of their hire, (FP-C and CFRN) to provide care to our patients while in a controlled environment.

We regularly transport critical patients to and from Massachusetts for transplant, surgery, specialty care, treatment, and rehabilitation. If your patient or loved one is in a medical emergency in the Boston or greater Massachusetts area or needs an air ambulance to receive treatment from a healthcare provider there, Angel MedFlight will provide the highest quality care in the air.

You can trust the highest rated medical transport provider.

Angel MedFlight has the highest patient satisfaction ratings online. Each Learjet owned and operated by our preferred part 135 operator provides patients with safety and the comfort of a faster and smoother ride. Their air ambulances include the critical care components required for air ambulance (Jet ICU) flights. Our certified flight paramedic and flight nurse and a flight crew with a captain and assisting pilot accompany patients and their family members or loved ones on each medical flight.

From bedside-to-bedside, our patients receive complete care, making the healthcare journey as comforting as possible. We also leave plenty of room for up to two loved ones to ride along for emotional support.

Your medical flight team, flight coordinator and your sending and or receiving facility stay in constant contact to meet all of your healthcare needs, including medications, IV fluids, oxygen, nutrition, and any other accommodations necessary.

Because at Angel MedFlight, every one of our team members knows that every moment counts for your patient and their treatment outcomes. You can easily and quickly navigate your air ambulance (Jet ICU) options and qualify for any available insurance with our flight coordination team members anytime. We are always here for you, and all of our flight coordinators are based in the United states, working around the clock, to ensure our patients get to the care they need when they need it most. Angel MedFlight gets your patient to the next level of care, wherever it is.

Angel MedFlight covers both domestic and international flights – we fly to any airport in Massachusetts. Our air ambulances are available for medical flights to and from all of the airports across the state.

Massachusetts Airports

Angel MedFlight can dispatch a Learjet to a Massachusetts airport with a runway length of at least 5,300 feet.

Laurence G Hanscom Field – KBED
Hanscom Field is a public use airport operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority in Bedford, in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. Hanscom is mainly a general aviation airport, the largest in New England.

Phone: (781) 869-8000

Boston Logan International Airport – KBOS
Based in central New England, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is less than 50 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, and less than an hour’s drive from the region’s most popular tourist attractions.

1 Harborside Dr
Boston, MA 02128
Phone: (800) 235-6426

Provincetown Municipal Airport – KPVC
Private flights run through this airport and commercial flights to Boston only.

176 Race Point Rd.,
Provincetown, MA, 02657
Phone: (508) 48700241

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport – KMHT
Based in central New England, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is less than 50 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, and less than an hour’s drive from the region’s most popular tourist attractions.

1 Airport Rd.
Manchester, NH, 03101
Phone: (603) 624 – 6556

Worcester Regional Airport – KOHR
Worcester Regional Airport is based in the heart of central Massachusetts and operated by the Massachusetts Port Authority. Extensive general aviation services are available.

375 Airport Dr.
Worcester, MA 01602
Phone: (508) 799-1350

Bradley International Airport – KBDL
Bradly International is Connecticut’s only airport with national and international traffic, including major airline flights. The airport serves major cities and vacation destinations in New England and provides ground transportation by several taxi, limo, and rental car companies.

11 Schoephoester Rd.
Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Phone: (860) 292-2000

Martha’s Vineyard Airport – KMVY
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport has served as the primary general aviation/commercial airport gateway to Martha’s Vineyard since the 1950’s. Extensive inter-town public bus system makes frequent stops at the airport that is served by Cape Air, Delta, Jet Blue, and U.S. Airways.

71 Airport Road
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
Phone: (508) 693-7022

Massachusetts Hospitals

Massachusetts General Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital is the original and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and a biomedical research facility located in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the third oldest general hospital in the United States

55 Fruit St
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: (617) 726-2000

Saint Vincent Hospital
As a not-for-profit, collaborative regional medical center, CHRISTUS St. Vincent provides care to a growing patient population across all social and economic demographics. The CHRISTUS St. Vincent Surgical Services Department performs approximately 5,500 procedures each year.

123 Summer St.,
Worcester, MA
Phone: (508) 363-5000

Saint Anne’s Hospital
Saint Anne’s Hospital in Fall River, Massachusetts, is a full-service, acute care Catholic hospital with 185 beds and satellites in Attleboro, Swansea, Dartmouth, New Bedford, and Stoughton, Massachusetts. The hospital provides nationally recognized patient and family-centered inpatient and outpatient clinical services to patients from surrounding Massachusetts and Rhode Island communities.

795 Middle St.,
Fall River, MA
Phone: (508) 674-5600

Western Massachusetts Hospital
Western Massachusetts Hospital is a 100-bed long term medical and specialty care facility owned and operated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Public Health.

91 E. Mountain Rd.
Westfield, MA
Phone: (413) 562-4131

Lowell General Hospital Saints Campus
Lowell General Hospital is an independent, not-for-profit community hospital serving the Greater Lowell area and surrounding communities.

295 Varnum Ave
Lowell, MA
Phone: (978) 458-1411

Mercy Medical Center
Mercy Medical Center is based in Springfield, Massachusetts and run by the Sisters of Providence Health System. Mercy Hospital is a faith-based, non-profit organization serving patients without regard to their background or beliefs.

271 Carew St.
Springfield, MA
Phone: (413) 748-9000

Tufts Medical Center
Tufts Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts is a downtown Boston hospital located between Chinatown and the Boston Theater District.

800 Washington St.
Boston, MA
Phone: (617) 636-5000