Air Ambulance Worldwide, Inc.

Smooth, Safe and Reliable Air Ambulance Services to or from Minneapolis, MN

Air Ambulance MinneapolisAir Ambulance Worldwide, Inc., provides safe and smooth medical air transport services to patients who need to fly to or from Minneapolis, MN, but are unable to do so on a commercial flight. Our patients include people who must fly to a different city or come into the Minneapolis-St. Paul region for surgery, as well as visitors to the region who have become too ill or injured to rely on conventional air transportation when returning home. We also provide medical escort services for the elderly or other patients who are unable to fly commercial air on their own. What sets Air Ambulance Worldwide apart from other long-distance air transport services is our people. When you book a medical air transfer to or from Minneapolis, you are assigned a flight coordinator who will handle every aspect of the trip − before, during and after. We will be sure that the appropriate medical records are acquired, and that ground transportation is available at the departure site and the destination. Our seasoned pilots have an average of more than 14,000 flight hours, and our aircraft are kept in top shape. The experience of our pilots and the well-maintained condition of our aircraft contribute to our perfect safety record, which has earned us EURAMI accreditation and an ARGUS Gold safety rating. Finally, our medical personnel are specially assigned to each patient based on the particular medical needs. All of our doctors, nurses and other medical professionals have five years or more of ICU/CCU experience, and they all are prepared to professionally handle any sort of medical contingency during an air ambulance flight to or from Minneapolis or elsewhere in the Twin Cities region. To learn more, or to schedule medical air transport for yourself, a loved one or someone under your care, contact Air Ambulance Worldwide with a toll-free phone call at 877-922-9675 or through e-mail. We are at your disposal 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.