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California Air Ambulance Company Aeromedevac Now Offering Full Medical Flights to and from Mexico
Date:9/5/2013

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Expediently transporting patients who are in need of extreme medical necessities such as organ transplants, cancer treatments, specialized surgery, burn care, advanced head trauma and spinal injuries, and other serious conditions that dictate accelerated medial air ambulance transportation to American facilities is the specialty for Aeromedevac’s team of professionals.

Medical transportation is a stressful and sensitive matter for patients and those close to them, and Aeromedevac makes every effort to assure them that their goal is to provide the smoothest, most professional move possible. The air ambulance company strives to ease the anxiety and stress of medical transportation for patients by handling all aspects of the move while maintaining reasonable prices. They commonly transport relatives and traveling companions with the patient (along with luggage) to the U.S. at no extra charge, as space allows, on their charter air ambulance flights.

Aeromedevac’s services are available throughout the United States, and it provides medical transportation for ill or injured individuals and their family members, managed care companies, hospitals, military, and governmental embassies and agencies with its fleet of smooth riding fixed-wing flying ambulances, not helicopters. The company’s services are wide ranging and extend far beyond transporting individual patients on its private charter flights. Aeromedevac is frequently called upon to serve American and foreign consulates and hospitals around the world to facilitate the repatriation of injured or ill foreign nationals who require medical air ambulance service to their native countries. These services include transporting patients who do not have the proper paperwork to remain in the U.S.

Aeromedevac is recognized as one of the world’s leaders in International air ambulance service as a founding member of the International Air Ambulance Alliance-Fixed Wing (IAAA), which is recognized for
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