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Air Ambulance Maryland

Do you, a family member, or patient in Maryland require an air ambulance (or medical transport)? Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance Services and our award-winning air ambulance team are here for you no matter the distance – wherever you are. Our medical flight team members with Aerojet, our preferred part 135 operator, help patients everywhere reach the life-changing care they need. Learn about our critical care services now. Aerojet owns and operates Learjet that are medically equipped for patient comfort, hygiene, and above all, safety on the healthcare journey.

Almost 40 million travelers visit Maryland from the United States and other nations annually. Travelers visiting Maryland stateside and from overseas are sometimes unable to return home on a commercial airline flight and require a medical flight on an air ambulance (Jet ICU) for rehabilitation, specialty care, transplant, treatment, or hospice care after a critical injury or illness.

Maryland is home to a growing senior citizen community over the age of 65. The senior population is continually increasing, as the Baby Boomer generation are approaching and reaching their seventies. Unfortunately, seniors often need a medical flight (or Jet ICU) to reach the next level of care covered by their insurance nearby family members after an injury, illness, or accident. Angel MedFlight’s award-winning medical flight team members are experienced in supporting air medical transports and providing care to all critical care patients, including seniors.

At Angel MedFlight we know we meet our patients and their family members on some of the worst days of their lives, and we understand that every moment counts when it comes to reaching the level of care you need when you need it most. That’s why our flight coordination team is here for you anytime – so your patient can reach the right level of care whenever they need it.

Angel MedFlight partners with Aerojet, our preferred part 135 operator, to transport patients on medically configured Learjet that promote hygiene, comfort and safety. An Aerojet flight captain and a supporting pilot safely transport patients on every Angel MedFlight healthcare mission, while our certified flight nurse (RN) and flight paramedic (EMP-T) provide complete care and support throughout the medical transport.

What makes Angel MedFlight different from other air medical transport service providers?

At Angel MedFlight our team knows that when it comes to getting your patient to the next level of care, you want them to have the best treatment and transport available. That’s why our air medical team works rigorously for the industry’s highest training and certification standards. One of our certified nurses (RN) and one of our paramedics (EMP-T) are on board every medical flight to provide the best air medical care possible.

Every Angel MedFlight clinician receives regular training and exams on air medical procedures and patient care. Most of our air medical team members have over a decade of critical care experience and have achieved additional specialty certifications, including CCRN, CEN, CCP-C, CCEMTP. They are also aware of the air medical transport industry overall and how to work with Angel Flight and other healthcare and aviation organizations, so that every patient can reach the right level of care when they need it most.

Every Angel MedFlight medical flight team member maintains board certification in the flight specialty, (FP-C and CFRN) to provide quality care to all of our patients in a controlled environment.

Our air ambulance medical flight team members regularly support the transport of critical care patients to and from Maryland for transplant, rehabilitation, treatment, specialty care, and hospice care. If you, a patient, or loved one is having a medical emergency in Maryland and needs a medical flight (or Jet ICU) to reach a healthcare facility there, our air ambulance team members are here to make the healthcare journey as comfortable and safe as possible.

Trust the air medical company patients trust most.

At Angel MedFlight our team is honored to have the air ambulance industry’s highest patient satisfaction ratings online. Our preferred part 135 operator, Aerojet, flies Learjet to provide the utmost in safety, satisfaction, and comfort, traveling at higher altitudes for a smoother, faster flight. Every medical transport includes all of the necessary critical care components. Angel MedFlight’s certified flight nurse and paramedic, and Aerojet’s flight captain and second pilot accompany patients and their loved ones on every one of our healthcare missions.

From bedside-to-bedside, our medical flight team members provide complete care (at the sending and receiving facilities) to reduce stress levels for patients and their family members and make the medical transport as smooth as possible. On every medical flight, Angel MedFlight and Aerojet leave ample room for up to two accompanying loved ones to ride along for emotional support, and a positive patient experience.

Your flight coordinator, air medical team members, and your sending and or receiving facility all connect to ensure your healthcare needs are addressed down to the details, including any prescriptions, IV fluids, nutrition, oxygen, and any other accommodations necessary.

At Angel MedFlight our employees understand that every moment counts when it comes to getting your patient to the right level of care. Patients, their loved ones, and healthcare providers can easily assess their air ambulance options with our flight coordination team and qualify for any medical transport insurance coverage available. We are here to support you and your patient needs around the clock – call us 24/7 to speak with a flight coordinator at 866-502-3099.

Our air ambulances fly statewide in Maryland.

Angel MedFlight’s medical flights are available to and from all of Maryland’s airports, including the following:

Airports

Baltimore-Washington Int’l – KBWI

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is an international airport serving the Baltimore–Washington Metropolitan Area in the United States. It is commonly referred to as BWI or BWI Marshall.

Phone: (410) 859-7111

Dulles Int’l – KIAD

Washington Dulles International Airport is an international airport in Loudoun and Fairfax counties in Virginia, United States, 26 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C. It is named after John Foster Dulles, the 52nd Secretary of State.

 1 Saarinen Cir
Sterling, Virginia 20166
Phone: (703) 572-2700

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Cumberland Greater Regional – KCBE

Greater Cumberland Regional Airport is a public airport in the town of Wiley Ford in Mineral County, West Virginia. It is two miles south of Cumberland in Allegany County, Maryland.

165 Terminal Loop
Wiley Ford, WV 26767
Phone: (304) 738-0002

Martin State – KMTN

Martin State Airport is a joint civil-military public use airport located nine miles east of the central business district of Baltimore, in Baltimore County, Maryland.

701 Wilson Point Rd
Middle River, MD 21220
Phone: (410) 682-8800

Medical Facilities

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, located in southeast Baltimore City, Maryland, U.S., is a hospital and medical office center within the Johns Hopkins Health System.

4940 Eastern Ave
Baltimore, MD 21224
Phone: (410) 550-0100

Western Maryland Health System

The Western Maryland Health System facilities offer a comprehensive range of general and specialty services for medical, surgical, pediatric, geriatric and obstetrical patients.  Sophisticated diagnostic testing services and state-of-the-art procedures are now available in one centralized location that is convenient to everyone in the tristate area.  

 12500 Willowbrook Rd
Cumberland, MD 21502
Phone: (240) 964-7000

Mercy Medical Center

Mercy Medical Center is a university affiliated medical facility named one of the top 100 hospitals in the U.S. with a reputation for excellence in specialty care in women's health, cancer, orthopedics and digestive health

345 Saint Paul Pl.
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 332-9000

University of Maryland Medical Center University Campus

The University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) is comprised of two hospitals in Baltimore: an 800-bed teaching hospital — the flagship institution of the 12-hospital University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) — and a 200-bed community teaching hospital, UMMC Midtown Campus.

 22 S Greene St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (800) 492-5538

MedStar Harbor Hospital

MedStar Harbor Hospital is a private nonprofit, 150-bed, acute care teaching hospital in Baltimore City, Maryland.

 3001 S Hanover St.
Baltimore, MD 21225
Phone: (410) 350-3200

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