Providing Air Medical Critical Care Transportation

Our goal is to promote the highest level of industry safety and commitment to delivering excellence in clinical care while transporting the critically ill or injured.

Through collaboration, we promote education and the exchange of information among programs throughout our state and country.


A huge thank you to all of the critical care transport professional nurses we work with often! Today we celebrate our own AirCare clinicians for all that they do for patient's in our region! Did you know...

On February 18, 1943, the first class of flight nurses marched from the base chapel after graduating from their specialized course of medical training at Bowman Field in Louisville, Kentucky.

On that day, the new field of transport nursing emerged as a specialty as both the Army and Navy instituted flight nurse programs. These nurses were trained to care for wounded soldiers during transport on converted cargo planes and on the field of battle. Since that time, nurses have expanded their role in this field to include the civilian sector, responding to care for patients in ambulances, helicopters and airplanes.

Kevin Vickers
Joan Bartling Kreutzer
Stephanie Skeen Sydow
Megan Thorman
Luke Ballmer
Sara Slingsby
Katie Ann Ogier
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