AeroCare provides organ procurement transportation

AeroCare Worldwide Air Ambulance now provides air and ground transportation for the organ procurement community throughout the US.

Organ procurement teams are medical teams dispatched to retrieve organs used for patients needing an organ transplant.

AeroCare´s Special Operations Group (SOG) is a team that specializes in transporting organ procurement teams and organs for transplant. The SOG is made up of experienced professionals and drivers that have extensive EMS experience.

The SOG transports organ procurement teams with the use of their fleet of specially equipped Chevrolet Suburbans. These four-wheel-drive SOG vehicles are equipped with flashing lights, sirens, GPS, and WIFI, and have the ability to provide Code-3 driving operations. The vehicles provide a comfortable and safe environment for the organ procurement teams.

Entering its 21st year of operations, 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 throughout the world utilizing a fleet of medically configured aircraft including, Learjet 31ER, Learjet 35A, Learjet 55, and Beechcraft King-Air B200.