Life Flight Network celebrates 40 years of service with special membership pricing




Not-for-profit air medical transport service Life Flight Network has announced it is celebrating its 40th anniversary and offering USD 40 new memberships in honor of its 40 years of service to communities across Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana, the company said.

Life Flight Network started in 1978 as Emanuel Life Flight in Portland, Oregon.

Life Flight Network is a nationally recognized air medical transport service with more than 550 employees and 25 bases covering a large part of Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and Montana. Life Flight Network is still committed to its core mission — to serve the community by providing ICU-level critical care transportation to ill or injured patients in a safe, compassionate, efficient, and expeditious manner.
Life Flight Network is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) and the National Accreditation Alliance of Medical Transport Applications (NAAMTA). Life Flight Network has administrative offices in Aurora, Oregon. Aviation services provided by: Life Flight Network and Jackson Jet Center, Inc.