Air Ambulance Services

 Access to medical care can be challenging when recreating in remote areas with difficult terrain.  In the event of a serious injury or illness, air transport may be the only option available. 

 

The purchase of a Air Ambulance Membership is a personal decision only you can make.  There are many air transport services that provide both domestic and international service or specialty care transports.  

 

The intent of this webpage is to provide information on a few services available in the Northwest that can provide insight to help with the decision making process.  The four organizations listed below have been selected for the reciprocal benefits they extend to individual subscribers through their partnership with the Association of Air Medical Membership Programs (AAMMP).  

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About the Association of Air Medical Membership Programs

"A Shared Mission to Strengthen Air Medical Membership Benefits..."
 

Since 1996, the Association of Air Medical Membership Programs (AAMMP) has provided a forum for nonprofit air medical providers to extend reciprocal membership benefits to their individual subscribers, thus making air medical services more affordable and accessible to the communities that rely on them.

Through membership reciprocity, AAMMP is able to offer a much larger benefit service area to subscribers of each partner program. If an AAMMP air medical provider transports a patient who belongs to another partner’s membership program, the patient’s membership will be honored for medically necessary transports (subject to the reciprocating program’s membership terms).

Air St. Luke's

From bases in Boise and Twin Falls, we serve Southern Idaho, Eastern Oregon, and northern Nevada. And through our partners in the Association of Air Medical Memberships Programs (AAMMP), coverage for Air St. Luke’s members extends to Northern and Eastern Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Western Montana, and Northern California south to the Santa Barbara area.

Membership

Phone: (208) 706-1000 or toll-free 1-800-822-1616
Fax: (208) 381-6189
Email: airsl@slhs.org
Mail: 190 E. Bannock Street  Boise, ID 83712

Care Flight

Care Flight provides services throughout northwest Nevada and northeastern California region with base locations in Reno, Gardnerville and Fallon, Nevada and Truckee and Beckwourth, California. The Plumas Ground Ambulance Service has three ambulances and one quick response supervisor vehicle.

Membership

For questions about Silver Saver, Sierra Saver or Flight Plan, REMSA’s transport cost protection programs, including how to become a member, call (775) 858-5745.

 

REMSA and Care Flight
400 Edison Way
Reno, NV 89502

Enloe Flight Care Program

Enloe FlightCare touches the lives of many by responding to emergencies within a 75-mile radius of Enloe in counties including Butte, Tehama, Glenn, Plumas, Colusa, Sierra, Yuba and parts of Lassen.

The FlightCare Membership Program assures that members will not be billed for out-of-pocket expenses when FlightCare or a reciprocating emergency air service transports them. 

Enloe Medical Center, FlightCare

(530) 332-6774  |   Contact Us Online

Enloe Medical Center

1531 Esplanade
Chico, CA 95926

Life Flight Network

Life Flight Network, LLC is an Oregon limited liability company. The members of Life Flight Network, LLC are not-for-profit hospital systems and a public corporation (Legacy Health, Providence Health & Services, Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, and Oregon Health & Science University). 

Life Flight Network, a nonprofit air medical transport service, has helicopter, fixed-wing, and ground ambulance bases throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana.

Membership Office
PO Box 3841
Portland, OR 97208-3841

Phone: (503) 678-4370
Toll-Free: (800) 982-9299