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Air Ambulance Montana

Need a medical flight (jet ICU) for yourself, a patient, or loved one in Montana? No matter the distance, Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance Services and our award-winning air medical flight team are here to help – wherever you and your patient are. Our air ambulance clinicians partner with flight members from Aerojet, our preferred part 135 operator, so patients around the world can reach the right level of care. Learn more about our critical care services now. Aerojet owns and operates Learjet medically equipped and configured for patient hygiene, comfort and above all, safety on the healthcare journey.

More than 10 million travelers visit Montana annually. Unfortunately, visitors from other states and from abroad aren’t always able to return home on a commercial airline and require a medical transport via air ambulance (Jet ICU) for transplant, specialty care, or rehabilitation after a critical illness or injury.

By 2030, senior citizens will make up a quarter of Montana’s state population. The senior population is rapidly growing with the oldest of the Baby Boomer generation reaching their early seventies. Unfortunately, senior patients frequently require a medical flight (or Jet ICU) to reach the right level of care covered by their insurance nearby family members after an injury or accident while traveling out of state or abroad. Angel MedFlight’s award-winning air ambulance team members are experts in supporting air medical transports and in providing care to all critical care patients, including seniors.

At Angel MedFlight, our team members understand that we are meeting our patients and their loved ones on some of the most difficult days of their lives. We know that when it comes to reaching the care you need when you need it, every moment counts.

That’s why our Flight Coordination and Dispatch teams are always here for you 24/7 – so your patient can reach the next level of care, sooner. Angel MedFlight partners with Aerojet, our preferred part 135 operator, to fly our patients on medically configured Learjet that support hygiene, comfort, and safety with smoother and faster flights. On each healthcare mission, an Aerojet flight captain and supporting pilot safely transport patients while Angel MedFlight’s certified flight nurse (RN) and flight paramedic (EMP-T) provide support and award-winning care throughout the medical flight.

Why is Angel MedFlight different from other air medical transport service providers?

At Angel MedFlight, we think that when it comes to getting your patient to the next level of care, they should also have the best available treatment and medical transport. That’s why our air ambulance team members never stop working to achieve the highest training and certification standards in the industry. A certified nurse (RN) and paramedic (EMP-T) are on every air medical flight (Jet ICU) providing the best possible air medical care, while providing emotional support to our patients and their accompanying family members.

Every one of our air medical team members undergoes regular trainings and exams on the latest air medical procedures and patient care. The majority of our air ambulance clinicians have more than a decade of critical care experience and have achieved additional specialty certifications, including CCRN, CEN, CCP-C, CCEMTP. They are also educated on the air medical industry at large and how to work with Angel Flight and other healthcare and aviation organizations, so that every patient can reach the right level of care on their healthcare journey.

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

Our air ambulance team members regularly treat critical care patients on air medical transports to and from Montana for treatment, transplant, specialty care, rehabilitation, and hospice home hospice when needed. If you, a patient, or loved one in Montana is having a medical crisis and needs an air ambulance (or Jet ICU) to reach a healthcare facility there, our medical flight team members and flight coordinators are here to make the healthcare journey as safe and smooth as possible.

Trust the air ambulance service provider with the highest patient’s ratings.

Angel MedFlight is proud to boast the air ambulance industry’s highest patient satisfaction ratings online. Our preferred part 135 operator, Aerojet, operate Learjet for the utmost in patient comfort, safety, and satisfaction, traveling at higher altitudes to reduce turbulence and flight times. Every air medical transport includes all of the critical care components necessary. Angel MedFlight’s certified flight nurse and paramedic, and Aerojet’s flight captain and supporting pilot accompany patients and their family members on every healthcare mission.

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

Your air ambulance clinicians, flight coordinators, and your receiving and sending facility all communicate so your healthcare needs are completely covered down to the details, including any nutrition, IV fluids, oxygen, prescriptions, and any other accommodations necessary.

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

Our air ambulances fly statewide in Montana.

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

Airports

Great Falls Int’l – KGTF

Great Falls International Airport is a public and military use airport located within city limits, three nautical miles southwest of central Great Falls in Cascade County, Montana.

2800 Terminal Dr
Great Falls, Mt 59404
Phone: (406) 727-3404

Bozeman Yellowstone Int’l – KBZN

850 Gallatin Field Rd
Belgrade, Mt 59714
Phone: (406) 388-8321

Frank Wiley Field – KMLS

Miles City Airport or Frank Wiley Field is a city-owned, public-use airport located two nautical miles northwest of the central business district of Miles City, in Custer County, Montana.

Hwy 59
Miles City, Mt 59301
Phone: (406) 234-1296

Medical Facilities

Bozeman Deaconess Hospital

From its beginnings as a single hospital, Bozeman Health now covers a service area that extends throughout southwestern Montana. The health system is comprised of two hospitals, several specialty treatment centers, a network of physician and urgent care clinics, outpatient treatment facilities and retirement and assisted living centers, all staffed by hundreds of doctors, nurses, medical assistants, technologists, specialists, experts of many varieties and dedicated professional

915 Highland Blvd
Bozeman, Mt 59715
Phone: (406) 585-5000

St. James Healthcare

St. James Healthcare-Butte in Butte, Mont. is a general medical and surgical facility in Butte, Montana.

400 S. Clark Street
Butte, MT 59701
Phone: (406)-723-2500

Advanced Care Hospital of Montana

Advanced Care Hospital of Montana provides long-term acute care to patients who are recovering from serious illnesses or injuries and require additional critical care services for medically complex conditions such as trauma, infectious diseases, wound healing, cardiovascular disease, stroke, and amputation.

3528 Gabel Rd.
Billings, Mt 59102
Phone: (406) 373-8000

St. Patrick Hospital and Health Sciences Center

St. Patrick Hospital is the only level II trauma center in western Montana, northern Idaho, and Southwest Montana. The hospital employs more than 1,600 people and is the second largest employer in the Missoula area. It has 237 beds and is the only hospital in western Montana other than Community Medical Center that has helicopter facilities.

500 W. Broadway St.
Missoula, Mt 59802
Phone: (406) 543-7271

Shodair Children’s Hospital

Shodair Children’s Hospital offers premier psychiatric treatment for children and adolescents, and comprehensive genetic services for people of all ages.

2755 Colonial Dr.
Helena, Mt 59601
Phone: (406) 444-7500

Cities