Air Ambulance 1
At one point in history around the eleventh century, Ghent was the second largest city after Paris in northern Europe. Its main growth was from production and trade of cloth. Its pedestrianized focus is referred to for medieval engineering, for example, twelfth-century Gravensteen manor and the Graslei, a column of guildhalls alongside the Leie waterway harbor.
The city initially began as a settlement at the juncture of the Rivers Scheldt and Leie. Remarkably, most of the medieval architecture is well preserved. It is a port and college city and the largest city center in Belgium that is car-free.
Air Ambulance 1 provides the following services:
Every flight includes a highly trained critical care team. We transfer any patient in any condition, pediatric, neonatal, and or vented patients. For VIP and Executive, we have a Gulfstream V and Gulfstream IV with full service including catering.
With over 200,000 patients transports in the past 15 years, Air Ambulance 1 can assist with all medical transports. We fly pediatric, neonatal, adults, geriatric and Bariatric patients. From a basic level of care to advance care domestically and internationally.
Ghent University Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Belgium. It is closely linked to Ghent University, the university's rector also being the hospital's president. Both the university and the hospital are autonomous entities of the Flemish Government.
AZ Sint-Lucas is a modern and social hospital in the heart of Ghent, spread over two campuses. AZ Sint-Lucas publishes figures on the quality of care.
The AZ Jan Palfijn Ghent is a general public hospital with 526 recognized beds . It is a strong regional player with more than 1,000 employees and more than 140 doctors. In addition to the general healthcare offer, the hospital invests in specific specialties and disciplines.
Ostend–Bruges International Airport, commonly known simply as Ostend Airport, is an international airport located 2.7 nautical miles south southwest of Ostend, West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium.
Amougies Airfield is a small airfield just south of the Kluisberg, in Amougies, part of the Walloon municipality of Mont-de-l'Enclus, Hainaut, Belgium. As of 2010, it only hosts ULM operations.
Among the many facilities this city may offer, we have served places like, Ghent University Hospital, AZ Sint-Lucas Hospital Gent – Campus Volkskliniek, General Hospital Ghent AV Jan Palfijn, Kinderziekenhuis Prinses Elisabeth K12D, Jan Palfijn Hospital, Psychiatric Center Ghent – Sleidinge, ICRH University Hospital, UZ Gent Sporthal aan Revalidatie K7, Health, innovation and research institute, Kliniek gebouw 3, P8 UZ Gent, Algemeen Ziekenhuis St-Lucas, Maria Middelares, Karus – campus Gent, Pijnkliniek AZ Sint-Lucas and more.
Air Ambulance 1 also service provide services in the surrounding area airports such as OST – Oostende-Brugge International Airport, LGG – Liège Airport, CRL – Brussels South Charleroi Airport, ANR – Antwerp International Airport, BRU – Brussels Airport, EBST – Limburg Regional Airport, EBSP – Spa-La Sauvenière Airport, EBWE – Weelde Air Base, EBTN – Goetsenhoven Airfield, QNM – Namur-Suarlee Airfield, OBL – Vliegveld Malle-Zoersel, EBGB – Grimbergen Airfield, QHA – Kiewit Airfield, EBAM – Amougies Airfield, EBSU – Saint-Hubert Air Base, EBAR – Arlon/Sterpenich Airport, EBSG – Saint-Ghislain Airport, EBLE – Leopoldsburg/Beverlo Airfield, 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.