Air Ambulance 1
Originally a sawmilling village named Granville and later was renamed Vancouver, to honor the English navigator George Vancouver, by William Van Horne, president of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Vancouver has been a popular destination for immigrants from East Asia, primarily Chinese.
Vancouver is one of the beautiful cities in the world, with snow-capped mountains and the Pacific Ocean in the background. Vancouver is a cosmopolitan and contemporary city, with modern architecture, high-tech industries, film, and TV production industries, and a majority of the population that is ethnically diverse.
Air Ambulance 1 provides the following bed-to-bed services:
In the past few years, Air Ambulance 1 has become the leader in medical air transport around the world. We have a large range of aircraft. From light-jets like Learjet 35, Learjet 55, and Learjet 60, to heavy-jets like Gulfstream V and Gulfstream IV.
With over 200,000 patients transports in the past 15 years, Air Ambulance 1 can assist with all medical air transports. We fly pediatric, neonatal, adult, geriatric, and bariatric patients. From a basic level of care to advance care domestically and internationally.
Vancouver General Hospital is a medical facility located in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is the largest facility in the Vancouver Hospital and Health Sciences Centre group of medical facilities.
St. Paul's Hospital is an acute care hospital located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is the oldest of the seven health care facilities operated by Providence Health Care, a Roman Catholic faith-based care provider.
Vancouver International Airport is an international airport in Richmond, British Columbia. It is the primary international airport serving Vancouver, about 12 km from Downtown Vancouver.
Langley Regional Airport is located in Langley Township, British Columbia, Canada. The airport serves mostly general aviation, and also provided scheduled passenger service to the Victoria Airport Water Aerodrome via Harbour Air Seaplanes before service was ended on May 20, 2011
Abbotsford International Airport is located in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, 2.2 nautical miles southwest of the city centre. It is the second largest airport in the Lower Mainland, after Vancouver International Airport
Among the many facilities this city may offer, we have served places like, Vancouver General Hospital, Mount Saint Joseph Hospital, B.C. Women’s Hospital & Health Centre, St Pauls Hospital, Nursing Home Flag Military Dr. Brock Fahrni De L’hopital Mont-Saint-Vincent, Teck Emergency Centre, Mount Saint Joseph Hospital: Emergency Department, Bonnie Catlin – Provincial Heart Failure Clinical Nurse Specialist, CP Saint Health services, St. Paul’s Hospital Emergency, Indigenous Health, Entrance 77, Chieng Family Atrium, Ospedale Psichiatrico di Collingwood, Door 77 @ Women’s Health Centre, Vancouver Brain Lab and more.
Air Ambulance 1 also service provide services in the surrounding area airports such as
YVR – Vancouver International Airport, YXX – Abbotsford International Airport, YYJ – Victoria International Airport, YLY – Langley Regional Airport, YLW – Kelowna International Airport, YCD – Nanaimo Airport, YQQ – Comox Valley Airport, YPW – Powell River Airport, YAZ – Tofino-Long Beach Airport, YDT – Boundary Bay Airport, YGB – Texada Island Airport, YPK – Pitt Meadows Regional Airport, YYF – Penticton Regional Airport, YXS – Prince George Airport, YKA – Kamloops 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.