Air Ambulance 1
Pearl City is home to the historic site “Pearl Harbor”, where World War II began for the United States on December 7, 1941. The site includes the USS Arizona Memorial, Battleship Missouri Memorial, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, and the Pacific Aviation Museum.
Pearl City is home to the Honolulu International Airport and Aloha Stadium. The city is also close to several military bases, including Pearl Harbor, Fort Shafter, and Hickam Air Force.
Air Ambulance 1 provides the following bed-to-bed services:
Commercial Stretcher on international flights is an economical way to transport patient that is not vented. It is made possible by removing a few rows of seats in the aircraft and replacing it with a stretcher. The patient will be escorted by two critical care medical personal. Call us for more information in Commercial Stretcher.
With being a popular tourist destination, unfortunately, accidents happen while traveling. Air Ambulance 1 has been helping travelers and tourists patients return home safely from all around the world.
Pali Momi Medical Center is a nonprofit hospital located in Waimalu, West Oʻahu. It has 118 beds, and has a full range of services, including an interventional cardiac catheterization lab, CT scan and MRI services, and the state's first Retina Center.
The Queen’s Medical Center - West Oahu opened on May 20, 2014 to extend the mission of The Queen’s Health Systems to the fastest growing region in Hawaii.
Straub Medical Center – Kapolei Clinic & Urgent Care is providing the best in convenient, collaborative care from Hawaii Pacific Health. At Straub Medical Center, the health and safety of our patients, care providers and staff is our top priority.
Waimalu, Waipahu, Aiea, Mililani Town, Ewa Beach, Wahiawa, Makakilo City, Ahuimanu, Honolulu, Kaneohe, Nanakuli, Waianae, Kailua, Makaha, Lanai City.
PHNL - Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) is one of the world’s largest, busiest and most beautiful airports, formerly known as Honolulu International Airport. Owned and operated by the State of Hawaii, it covers 4,520 acres of land, and is larger than the major resort destination of Waikiki
PHJR - Kalaeloa Airport, was also called John Rodgers Field and formerly Naval Air Station Barbers Point, is a joint civil-military regional airport of the State of Hawaiʻi established on July 1, 1999 to replace the Ford Island NALF facilities which closed on June 30 of the same year
PHDH - Dillingham Airfield is a general aviation airport operated by the Hawaii under a 25-year lease from the U.S. Army. The state leases 272 acres of the 650 acre Dillingham Military Reservation and operates the single 5,000-foot runway primarily for commercial glider and sky diving operations
Hawaii, Honolulu, Kalawao, Kauai, and Maui.
We may provide services for other facilities such as – Straub Medical Center – Kapolei Clinic & Urgent Care, West Oʻahu Community Health, The Queen’s Medical Center, The Queen’s Medical Center — West Oʻahu, Kahi Mohala, Pali Momi Medical Center, Children’s Orthopaedics of Hawaii, Kaiser Permanente Waipio Medical Office, Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital, University Women’s Health Specialists, Waipahu Medical Center, Wolfhound Aid Station, Aviation Medicine Clinic, Wahiawā General Hospital, Kaiser Permanente Kapolei Clinic and many more.
Other the major airports we listed above, we can also provide services in the surrounding area airports such as – LNY – Lanai Airport, LIH – Lihue Airport, HNM – Hana Airport, ITO – Hilo International Airport, OGG – Kahului Airport, KOA – Kona International Airport at Keahole (in Kailua-Kona), MKK – Molokai Airport in Kaunakakai, LUP – Kalaupapa Airport, MUE – Waimea-Kohala Airport (Kamuela/Waimea), JHM – Kapalua Airport in Lahaina 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.