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The Air Ambulance and Small Towns
By Ron Schaberg · 4 years ago
There is a lot of debate on the expansion of our industry over the last three decades. Since we started, the air ambulance industry has exploded, with many helicopter and fixed-winged operations springing up almost ...
Will Drone Registrations Make the Skies Safer?
By Ron Schaberg · 4 years ago
2016 has already been a busy year for the friendly skies. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has started to roll out its mandatory drone registrations. So far, in the first month alone over 300,000 drones ...
The Best Spinal Surgeons in the United States
By Ron Schaberg · 4 years ago
Back pain is one of the most disruptive pains and many people suffer with it for several years. Back pain can be tough to diagnose which makes suffering more complicated. Is it something that will ...
Best Hospitals for Cancer Treatment
By Ron Schaberg · 4 years ago
Not all hospitals are created equal. If you have been diagnosed with cancer there are a few hospitals that are expert at working with you to defeat this deadly disease. These hospitals not only feature ...
Reflections on 35 Years in the Air Ambulance Industry
By Ron Schaberg · 4 years ago
This month Travel Care Air celebrates 35 years as one of the leading air ambulance providers in the United States and across the globe. Since 1980 Travel Care has flown thousands of missions helping people ...
Effect of Brain Injuries
By Ron Schaberg · 4 years ago
One of the most common reasons why families contact us about our air ambulance services is to help someone who had a brain injury. Brain injuries have an almost overwhelming scope and a very common ...
Air Ambulance Types
By Ron Schaberg · 4 years ago
The air ambulance industry has existed for almost 100 years now and during that time the services have evolved. From medevac services offered only in the army, the air ambulance industry has grown to help ...
Air Ambulance and Heart Transplants
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
Air ambulance services are increasingly being used for transplant needs. While an air ambulance serves a variety of needs, many people are unaware that it can help you if you need a transplant, no matter ...
Air Ambulance Industry Growth Information
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
The air ambulance industry that we are proud to be a part of has grown rapidly since we started in 1980. As the elderly population increases and life-expectancy continues to lengthen it's estimated by experts ...
How to Find A Reputable Air Ambulance Company
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
The New York Times published an article in May that brought questions about the costs in the air ambulance industry. The article from the Times debates the helpfulness of an air ambulance, especially in times ...
How an Air Ambulance Can Bring You Home
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
It’s difficult to plan for emergencies, especially when you are traveling abroad. The excitement of the trip and anticipation of all the fun activities may cloud you from thinking about becoming sick or having an ...
How an Air Ambulance Helps Trauma Victims
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
An air ambulance is often used in times of emergency because it provides a faster alternative. Whether in a remote area or a traffic jam an air ambulance provides vital relief in areas that ground ...
Air Ambulance Transport for Transplant Patients
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
Getting a life-saving transplant can be a stressful time. If you need to travel for your surgery you may be concerned about your options. For people in need of a transplant, air ambulance services are ...
Facts about Cardiovascular Disease During American Heart Health Month
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
February is American Heart Health Month in the United States. If there is one disease that needs the most attention, it’s heart-related. Cardiovascular diseases continue to pose a great threat to public health and the ...
FAA Sets Date for Air Ambulance Rules
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
Studies have been done that show that those who work in the air ambulance industry are working in the most dangerous job in the world. While it is a dangerous industry the Federal Aviation Administration ...
Study Finds Air Ambulance Survival Rates Higher Than Ground Ambulances
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
A lot of the time the news that is reported about air ambulances only focuses on the negative, especially when there is an accident. But air ambulance accidents represent only a fraction of all flights ...
History of the Air Ambulance
By Chris Schieman · 5 years ago
As long as there have been planes in the sky, the air ambulance has been with us. Well nearly, anyway. Like most technological advances in human history over the last century, the air ambulance was ...