AeroCare Air Ambulance transports infant with cardiac defects cross country

AeroCare Worldwide Air Ambulance has performed an emergency air ambulance mission for a one-month-old infant born with multiple complex cardiac defects, the company said.

The infant required special surgery to correct the defects and recreate a missing artery. AeroCare transported the infant in a fixed-wing ambulance jet from Washington DC across the country to a US surgeon who could perform the surgery.

AeroCare Air Ambulance is a CAMTS (Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems) accredited fixed-wing air ambulance provider with bases in Chicago, Ft. Lauderdale, and Scottsdale. AeroCare provides air medical transports for patients utilizing a fleet of medically-configured aircraft including, Learjet 31ER, Learjet 35A, Learjet 55, and Beechcraft King-Air B200.