International Life Flight

Air Ambulance for Organ Transplants


Air Ambulance for Organ Transplants

In the United States, there are approximately 100,000 individuals on a waiting list to receive organ donations. The demand for organ donations, including kidneys, liver, lungs, heart and eyes, is much higher than the number of donors, so patients are often kept waiting for extended periods of time as their health deteriorates. Patients are in urgent need of organs, so when a match has finally been made between a donor and a patient, delivery must be made immediately.

Air ambulances have long been a mode of transportation for donated organs to arrive safely to their destinations. Medical air services in St. Paul, and other locations around the world, have highly trained medical personnel and quality equipment aboard, ensuring that the donation arrives in perfect condition.

Not only do air ambulances deliver donated organs, but they also are available for transporting the patients who are in need of the organs. Often times, a transplant may need to be performed in a medical facility far from a person’s home, so medical air services in St. Paul or your chosen location are a good option for transportation. International Life Flight offers flights throughout the entire United States as well as internationally.

International Life Flight operates in an extremely time efficient and professional manner, whether delivering an organ or a patient to a medical facility. We understand that our job could mean the difference between life and death, so we set high standards and consistently perform at our peak to ensure that patients in need of organs get to a hospital quickly and safely for their transplant. To learn more about International Life Flight and reserving medical air services in St. Paul or any other location around the world, contact us online or give us a call at (800) 538-9875.

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