San Juan Regional Medical Center’s AirCare service includes a Bell 429 twin engine helicopter (AirCare 1) and a Pilatus PC-12 NGX airplane (AirCare 2), owned by San Juan Regional Medical Center and operated by Air Methods.
A so-called “hospital with wings,” AirCare has been providing emergency medical flights for our Four Corners community since its inception on October 15, 1986. Since then, AirCare has delivered life-saving care to more than 25,000 patients and safely traveled nearly six and a half million miles.
“We have an incredible group of clinicians. We are all here to do our best for our community and we really want our community to know that this hospital has invested the resources, the education, everything we need to best serve you.” – Robbie Donald, AirCare Manager
- High-risk OB with fetal monitoring
- Balloon pump transport
- Impella ventricular assist device transport
- 12 Lead EKG monitoring and assessments
- Adult and pediatric advanced airway special skills
- Hospital-based program
- Inter-facility requests answered directly by flight supervisor
- Two-patient capable helicopter and fixed-wing airplane
- Family member accompaniment of patient
- State-of-the-art aircraft avionics
Operated by Air Methods