Air Ambulance 1
Cheese and the Green Bay Packers; those may be the first two things you think of when you visit Wisconsin for the first time, but this northern state is also known for beautiful attractions like Frank Lloyd Wright’s home, the Dells of the Wisconsin River, and the Land o’ Lakes region.
If you’re stranded in Wisconsin because you or a family member is extremely sick, severely injured, or there’s been a terrible accident, there may not be any better way to get home than to arrange a private ambulatory flight with the medical travel concierges at Air Ambulance 1.
Why would anyone in Wisconsin need an air ambulance? When traveling traditionally or over long distances isn’t possible, due to the medical complexities of the individual that needs to be moved. Fortunately, Air Ambulance 1 has a private fleet of aircraft and highly experienced medical crews to make your move one that’s safe, even if it’s internationally.
No matter where you’re at in Wisconsin (or the world) we can fly to you. 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 cary 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.
Each of our Flight Coordinators oversees all logistical steps in the patient transfer process. A complete bed-to-bed transport is part of every service! We can even work with your medical insurance to get you the coverage that you deserve.
Where the first ever ice cream sundae was served.
Milwaukee is a city that cherishes its roots, with revitalized architecture throughout downtown, and a parade of summer festivals celebrate the diverse cultures. Great museums, boat tours, traditional, be sure to see the open-air Christmas market on the plaza outside Fiserv Forum.
Madison, the capital city of Wisconsin, lies west of Milwaukee. The sprawling University of Wisconsin sets the tone for this college town of cafes, bookstores, brewpubs, numerous restaurants and a good share of cultural and historical attractions. Stunning glacial waterways in this City of Lakes.
As a specialist when it comes to moving patients from one hospital to the next, we can work with any Wisconsin medical facility, including: Ascension SE Wisconsin Hospitals, Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Aspirus Wausau Hospital, Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital, UW Health University Hospital, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital, Monroe Clinic Hospital, Beaver Dam Community Hospital, American Family Children’s Hospital, Aurora Memorial Hospital, Beloit Memorial Hospital, Mercyhealth Hospital, Medical Center, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare-Elmbrook Memorial, Ascension Calumet Hospital, Black River Memorial Hospital, Mayo Clinic Health System – Eau Claire, Edgerton Hospital and Health Services and more.
Baraboo, Barneveld village, Barron, Bay City village, Bayfield, Bayside village, Bear Creek village, Beaver Dam, Belgium village, Bell Center village, Belleville village, Ashwaubenon village, Athens village,
Auburndale village, Augusta, Avoca village, Bagley village, Baldwin village, Balsam Lake village, Bangor village,Hazel Green village, Hebron, Helenville, Hewitt village, Highland village, Hilbert village and more.
KATW Appleton International Airport – KEAU Chippewa Valley Regional Airport – KGRB Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport – KLSE La Crosse Regional Airport – KMSN Dane County Regional Airport – KMKE Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport – KCWA Central Wisconsin Airport – KRHI Rhinelander–Oneida County Airport – KENW Kenosha Regional 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.