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....

Long Distance Ground Medical Escort Service

If the patient is not in critical condition and cannot or will not fly, Long Distance Ground is a cost-saving alternative to air ambulance travel. It is also an ideal way to move a patient from one facility to another, within a distance that would not be practical for air or rail travel.

Long distance ground is a great choice when the patient medical transport requires less than 24 hours of driving time and/or the trip is 1500 miles or under.

Depending on the length of the trip and the total distance to be traveled, each patient will be administered to by one or two trained Registered Nurses or Critical Care Paramedics.

Patient's Condition

Only patients who are in need of Basic Life Support qualify for Long Distance Ground. Those patients requiring a ventilator or having a tracheostomy are not eligible.

All patients are accompanied by a team of three medical personnel, two of whom share the driving responsibilities. Our ambulance crews strictly adhere to BLS protocols.

Patients with the following conditions are ideal candidates for Long Distance Ground medical transport:

  • Chronic Illness
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • Chronic Lung and Heart Conditions
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Dementia
  • Mobility Issues

We Handle All Details of Your Ground Ambulance Trip:

When you choose U.S. Air Ambulance, in addition to the medical care, all trip details are handled for you. Our services include:

  • Pre-trip medical intake physical assessment of the patient
  • Communication between sending and receiving physicians and facilities
  • All medical care, administer medications, assist with meals, hygiene, mobility, and other care issues
  • Post-trip medical assessment and verbal report to receiving facility

Other Medical Transport Options Include: