AirCARE1 International Celebrates 1st Anniversary of New Learjet Aircraft for Air Ambulance Services

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AirCARE1 International, New Mexico based Air Ambulance Service, is celebrating the first anniversary of the inaugural flight of their third Learjet aircraft.

AirCARE1 International has differentiated themselves from all others in the air ambulance industry by utilizing a Holistic approach to patient care.

AirCARE1 International is celebrating the first anniversary of the inaugural flight of their third Learjet aircraft. This third aircraft has increased AirCARE1 International’s capacity to fly more patients to more international and domestic destinations than ever before. Their newest Lear 35A is one of the latest models manufactured to date by Learjet and keeps with the company’s vision of transporting patients in elegant, executive quality Learjets in a pleasant medical environment.

AirCARE1 International has differentiated themselves from all others in the air ambulance industry by utilizing a Holistic approach to patient care. As a critical care nurse and former music major, AirCARE1 founder Denise Waye, integrated music into the medical environment of air transport after seeing how music and a holistic approach to patient care dramatically decreased the stress levels in her patients. AirCARE1 International has been utilising holistic care for its patients to decrease the stressors of flight for the last 10 years and has seen dramatic results. During their flight, patients are provided with noise cancelling headsets with therapeutic music as well as hand massages utilizing aromatherapy. These amenities, along with a critical care team of highly experienced and qualified medical professionals, provide peace of mind for their patients and family members.

Today AirCARE1 International owns their own fleet of air ambulance aircrafts at two bases and operate them under their own FAA Air Carrier certificate. They are the preferred provider of many travel assist and insurance companies. Most notably, we have become a preferred provider for the International Assistance Group (IAG). We are only the second air ambulance provider to be selected from the United States. Additionally, AirCARE1 International has been awarded both the CAMTS and EURAMI air ambulance accreditations. Dual accreditation is a rarity for air ambulance services, and this demonstrates our commitment to a higher standard of service. All of this combined helps provide their patients with the highest quality of care and superior customer service.

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Bryce Nelson
AirCARE1 International

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