We are proud to offer one of the region’s finest helicopter services for scene emergencies and interfacility transport of critically ill or injured patients. The helicopter is staffed with a Flight Paramedic and a Flight Nurse, both of which are board certified. They provide some of the most advanced out-of-hospital medical care possible during the flight.
Atlantic Mobile Health operates two state of the art EC-135 helicopters which are specially configured for medical transport of critically ill or injured patients.
For patients who want to be closer to home, we can provide helicopter transportation to or from New Jersey to medical facilities as far away as Boston or Baltimore.
When a patient’s life depends on it, and flight is the appropriate method of transportation, one of the two Atlantic Air Medical Helicopters can bring patients from community hospitals to regional care facilities to receive a higher level of care.
Atlantic Air Medical pilots and mechanics are contracted from PHI Air Medical, the leading air ambulance provider across the country. PHI helicopters safely transport almost 100 patients a day, every day across the country. They possess and maintain the best safety record in the industry. Atlantic Mobile Health is proud of the 15 year partnership with PHI.
Staffed by a combination of clinicians including EMTs, Paramedics, and Registered Nurses, our Specialty Care Transport Units provide for the safe and efficient transportation of critically ill or injured patients. The staffing configuration is dictated by the needs of the patient, and can be augmented with Physicians and Respiratory Therapists.
Atlantic Mobile Health operates a fleet of ambulances to safely transport the most critically ill or injured patients between facilities.
Our Registered Nurses all have either Emergency Department or Critical Care Unit experience in hospital prior to joining the Critical Care Transport team. Most are board certified and all have cross training in cardiac, neuro, pediatric, trauma, geriatric, and advanced medical patients. They communicate with the sending facility physician, receiving facility physician, and have 24/7 access to transport specific medical direction via a physician. Our teams provide the same level of monitoring, therapy, and care that a patient would receive in an Intensive Care Unit floor inside a hospital in the back of an ambulance.
How can I contact the Department of Transportation?
The FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 requires Air Ambulance Providers to include: