September 22, 2010

Angel MedFlight Receives ACE Awards for Innovation and Growth

PHOENIX, Ariz. Sept. 2010 – Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance is proud to announce that the company received two Arizona Corporate Excellence (ACE) awards. Angel MedFlight was named the third fastest growing, privately held company in Arizona and was also presented with the ACE Innovation Award. Kelly LoCascio, Angel MedFlight CEO, accepted the honors on behalf of the Scottsdale-based air ambulance company during the 16th annual ACE ceremony in Phoenix.  READ MORE...

September 17, 2010

Medical Crews Not Only Ones Trained to Help Save Lives

At Angel MedFlight we care about patient health and safety, as well as the health and safety of our employees.

Our highly experienced medical personnel undergo a rigorous initial orientation and uphold stringent continuing education and training requirements on an annual basis.  They are well-trained and provide the highest standard of patient care.  We know patients are well cared for, but what if something happened to an employee at Angel MedFlight Headquarters? READ MORE...

September 16, 2010

Angel MedFlight Awards $3,000 Scholarship to Arizona Aviation Student

PHOENIX, Ariz. Sept. 15, 2010 – Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance is pleased to announce Andrew “Drew” Cochran has been named the 2010 recipient of the Angel MedFlight Scholarship for Excellence in Aviation.   READ MORE...

September 3, 2010

Safe and Cost Effective Choice for Medical Flights

At Angel MedFlight, patient safety and comfort are always our top priority.  That is why we are excited to offer patients the Beechcraft King Air 200 Turboprop aircraft for short distance air medical transports. **  READ MORE...

September 1, 2010

Improving Patient Comfort with Custom-Made Medical Flight Transport Stretcher

Every day, the Angel MedFlight team goes above and beyond the air ambulance industry standards to ensure that patients are comfortable and receive exceptional care.

To accommodate the needs of a recent patient, the Angel MedFlight maintenance team customized an in-flight stretcher which is also known as a transport sled.  CONTINUE READING...