Air Ambulance

Air Ambulance is the fastest method of transporting critically ill patients from one....

Commercial Air Escort

is an appropriate alternative when a patient is not in need of critical care and is capable..

Medical Escort Via Rail

is a money-saving option when time is not a prevailing concern, and the patient's....

Commercial Stretcher

is an appropriate alternative when a patient is not in need of critical care and is capable..

Long Distance Ground

is an alternative for non-critical patients who do not want to fly, or need to be relocated....

Arranging Air Medical Transport is Easy!

Step 1

When you call U.S. Air Ambulance, you will speak directly to one of Patient Transport Specialists, who will take the time to answer all of your questions regarding our medical credentials, your transportation options, and trip logistics and pricing. Based on the information you provide us, we'll offer you various transport options that fit the patient's condition, the urgency of travel, and your financial parameters.

Step 2

Choosing an air ambulance company and the transport option that is right for the patient and your family is an important decision. For that reason, we encourage you to discuss and evaluate the various options we offer with the family and to take the time you need to make decision that is best for your personal situation.

Step 3

When you call us and say "We are ready to go", our Patient Transport Specialists are responsible for every detail associated with the medical transport of your loved one. They secure the aircraft, brief the medical team regarding the patient's condition, book ground ambulances, complete all necessary paperwork, and provide you with a detailed itinerary.

Step 4

For the duration of the trip, the patient is in the capable hands of our experienced flight crew and qualified medical team. All medical flights are via safe, reliable aircraft and carry a full complement of medications and medical equipment, should they be needed. You're able to monitor the trip's progress through communication with the Patient Transport Specialist assigned to the trip.