Air Ambulance 1
We are confident that the investment we make in our community is a valuable one, through combined efforts, we can all contribute to a safer and healthier future for our families and neighbors.
What’s important to you? Being present at each one of your son’s soccer games? Seeing equality in the workforce? Supporting a loved one’s fight against cancer? Peacefully practicing your religion? Securing your child’s college education?
Such things represent the values that we here at Air Ambulance 1 also cherish. We put ourselves out there to protect the things you love, both on the job and via supporting other organizations because what’s important to you matters to us, as well.
At Air Ambulance 1, we understand that our job involves more than just providing aeromedical transportation. We also believe that providing comfort and emotional support is key to successfully serving our patients’ needs. That’s why we go above and beyond when it comes to helping others.
From VIP transportation to commercial stretchers, from organ transport to critical care air ambulance transports, we’re ready to create a solution to any problem that can arise.
Not only do we want to help fix problems, but we want to do what we can on every level to avoid them in the first place. We strive to make our community a better place through volunteering, donating, and sponsoring various agencies that have the view of improving the communities in which we live.
Founded in 2003, this Houston-based non-profit raises awareness on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of deadly skin cancers.
Promoting a sense of community, generating enthusiasm for an active lifestyle, and encouraging all to make their dreams a reality.
America’s #1 organization is committed to raising awareness about kidney disease prevalence, prevention, and treatment.
The American Cancer Society is an organization dedicated to promoting cancer research and providing resources to cancer patients. Being involved in such projects assist the community and provides hope to many people who struggle with it every day.
Established by Rabbi Yaghobian in 2008, this welcoming Jewish community is a hub of celebration, culture, and prayer for Jews from all over Houston. A recent fire destroyed the synagog, but the community is dedicated to rebuilding a new and improved synagog.
Dr. Lauranne Sams founded the NBNA in 1971. The goal of the association is to advocate among African American registered nurses the use of technologies and strategies for providing the highest quality of care to populations of persons of color.
Giving to the community has obvious benefits for those living in it. But Air Ambulance 1 is also interested in the importance of some of the indirect benefits:
Running a successful worldwide air ambulance service (or any business, for that matter) requires more than just focusing on the interests of the company. Giving attention to the needs of others in the area is essential to promoting a healthy society at even the smallest level.
Community involvement is all about helping others be successful. This brings psychological, social, and cognitive benefits to individuals involved in such activities with a cumulative effect of enhancing the way our company functions.
If every business had a genuine share in community involvement and service, our world would be a better place.
Air Ambulance 1 was recently awarded a platinum membership for its continued contribution to the Houston Methodist Society of leading medicine.
Houston Methodist’s reputation as U.S. News & World Report‘s “Best Hospital in Texas,” Houston Methodist is to be one of the nation’s leading academic medical and health systems, providing their patients with quality health care.
For more information, visit the Society of Leading Medicine website
Air Ambulance 1 started to support the Multiple sclerosis society several years ago, we have identified the need and quality of this association with their endless assistance to those in need.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) involves an immune-mediated process in which an abnormal response of the body’s immune system is directed against the central nervous system (CNS). The CNS is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves.
It is a challenge to live with such conditions and as a company, we are there for the MS society.
For more information, visit the National Multiple sclerosis Society’s websites
We Guarantee that when choosing Air Ambulance 1, your loved ones shall be treated with professional and compassionate care. We consider every patient as family, we strive to perfection and continuously monitoring our operations. When choosing A provider, Remember that Air Ambulance 1’s management team has over 200,000 successful patient transfers in the past 15 years.