Life Flight is more than just helicopters, airplanes, and ambulances. Life Flight's aircraft are essentially mobile intensive care units. We bring highly specialized emergency equipment and medical personnel to critically ill or injured patients in remote areas or accident scenes.
Life Flight transports patients by helicopter, fixed wing aircraft, or ground. Our skilled medical crews consist of highly trained and experienced nurses, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and physicians who provide patients with the best possible care during transport.
Services provided by our teams include transports between medical facilities, search and rescue operations, and accident scene response. Our specialized teams provide care for adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients:
Life Flight operates helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft and has bases throughout the Intermountain West.
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Life Flight offers extraordinary care by staffing our communication center with highly trained operational controllers and communications specialists.
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The Grounded Ones is a unique organization unlike any other, with the goal to be supportive to our flight teams and families.
Learn about the history of Life Flight since the first flight took place on July 6, 1978.
Meet the teams that make Life Flight happen.
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