Air Ambulance 1
In 1492, the Spanish explorer Christopher Columbus arrived at the colony of Santo Domingo and it became the first Spanish colonial rule in the New World and for years later it was the headquarters of Spanish colonial power in the hemisphere. The island is named after Santo Domingo de Guzmán and the locals are called ‘Dominicans”.
In the last 25 years, the Dominican Republic has had the fastest-growing economy and today it has the largest economy in the Caribbean. The country’s economy largely depended on the service sector such as telecommunications, finance, and tourism. With an average temperature of 26 °C (78.8 °F), Lake Enriquillo, Pico Duarte mountain, year-round golf courses, and great resorts, the Dominican Republic is the ideal vacation place.
Air ambulance 1 experts have served over 200 thousand patients worldwide for over 15 years. We have successfully operated numerous critical care air ambulance flights, domestically, and internationally. Your medical well being is our top priority as we provide a true bed to bed experience. Our clients value our expertise and superb level of patient care, as well as our commitment to service that is exceeding normal industry standards.
Air Ambulance Services
Each of our medical flight crews (including the pilots) have extensive training and experience transporting our high-risk patients and their families. Group transportation can also be arranged. Be sure to ask our Flight Coordinators about empty-leg programs that may be available. We’re available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year!
Some of the popular aircraft we use are Learjet 35, Learjet 55, and Learjet 60. These aircraft can go as far as 2,500 miles non-stop and carry up to 2 patients as well as 2 family members. If you need a larger aircraft, an available Gulfstream V and Gulfstream IV are available 24/7 from our Los Angeles base, or our New York base.
It is also the second-largest island in the Caribbean. Wondering which one is the largest? It is Cuba.
Santo Domingo is located on the south-east coast of the Dominican Republic. It is the capital and one of the Caribbean’s oldest cities. The oldest Roman Catholic archbishopric in the Americas is in Santo Domingo.
Santiago de los Caballeros also called Santiago, is the second-largest city in the Dominican Republic and it is located in the north part of the country.
It is an area known for its 32km stretch of beaches and clear waters. The Bávaro zone and Punta Cana merge to shape what’s known as La Costa del Coco, or the Coconut Coast, an area of lavish, far reaching inns. It’s notable for zip-lining, windsurfing, kayaking and cruising.
Dominican Republic has many hospitals, General Health Plaza Hospital, Hospital Infantil Dr. Robert Reid Cabral, Santo Socorro Hospital, Hospiten Santo Domingo, Hospital Dr. Dario Contreras, Health Plaza, Dayhospital, Dominican Women’s Hospital, Salvador Bienvenido Gautier Hospital, Emergencia hospital general plaza De La Salud, General Teaching Hospital National Police, Cedimat Cardiovascular Center, Plaza de la Salud Dr. Juan M. Taveras R., Santo Domingo, D. N., Dominican Republic, Dres. Holguin-Veras, United Hearts Clinic, Regional Hospital Doctor Marcelino Vélez Santana, Centro Medico Monumental 1, Hospital Metropolitano de Santiago, Hospital Jose Maria Cabral y Báez, Hospital Infantil Regional Universitario Dr. Arturo Grullón, Hospital Periférico Ensanche Libertad, Hospital Presidente Estrella Ureña, Hospital General Las Colinas, Hospital Metropolitano, Del Cibao Regional Cancer Institute, Hospital Monte Adentro, Del Cibao Regional Cancer Institute, Hospital Monte Adentro, Hospital Docente Semma Santiago, Cibao-UTESA Medical Center, Clinica Dental Matos, Mother and Child Institute Santiago, Centro de Salud Integral Bella Vista, Centro de Salud Juan XXIII and more.
Santo Domingo Oeste, Los Alcarrizos, Bajos de Haina, Santo Domingo Este, Santo Domingo Norte, Pedro Brand, San Cristobal, San Gregorio de Nigua, La Victoria, Cambita Garabitos, Villa Altagracia, Yamasa, San Antonio de Guerra, Monte Plata, Boca Chica, Higuey, La Romana, El Seibo, Hato Mayor, Consuelo, San Pedro De Macoris, Quisqueya, Rincon, Sabana de la Mar, Aguada, Samana, Aguadilla, Boca Chica, Anasco, Moca and more.
JBQ – La Isabela International Airport, SDQ – AILA-JFPG, AZS – Presidente Juan Bosch International Airport, LRM – La Romana International Airport, COZ – June 14 Airport, Constanza, EPS – Arroyo Barril International Airport, PUJ – Punta Cana International Airport, STI – Aeropuerto Internacional del Cibao, BRX – María Montez Airport, CBJ – Cabo Rojo Airport and more.
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.