Since 1980, 24hrs/day, 365 days
800.524.7633 (United States & Canada)
+715.479.8881 (outside United States)
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Offering Advanced Life Support (ALS) and basic life support transport domestically and internationally, Travel Care's highest priority is safety. As the actual air medical services provider, all of our pilots have an Airline Transport Rating, the same rating required for major airline captains. We have a perfect air medical services safety record and annually exceed rigorous FAA certification standards. Our full-time maintenance staff ensures the safety and reliability of our fleet of aircraft.

Travel Care provides many options and works diligently for patients and their families offering the following air medical services:
  • 24 hour domestic and worldwide service
  • Bedside to bedside transport
  • Experienced medical team on each mission
  • Medical Control Physician
  • Highly experienced medical transport clinicians
  • State of the art medical equipment
  • Transport for organ procurement teams and recipients

We also understand that each situation in unique. We are prepared to help assist you with your needs and answer all of your important questions about the air medical services process. To dispatch any of our transport services or for an estimate for fixed wing transport, contact us and we'll be happy to discuss the specific needs of your patient or loved one.

Air ambulance services with care for over 30 years
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Interested in seeing if we might be able to help you with an air medical transfer? Please feel free to fill out our inquiry form and one of our dedicated team members will be in touch with you right away.

Client Comments

"I would like to thank the crew who took us home from Mesa, Arizona.  I felt very comfortable and they were very professional and I would fly with them any time.  We were able to get my husband home to see his daughter before he passed and that's exactly what were working for.  Thanks again."

- Wife of Patient