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The Cost of Air Ambulance Travel

As a premier air ambulance company, it’s our goal to provide the highest quality medical transport services at the lowest possible cost. Price is based a number of factors including:

  • The medical condition of the patient
  • The type of aircraft utilized
  • The urgency of travel
  • The distance of the flight
  • Advance planning and booking (to ensure the lowest possible price)

Our Patient Transport Specialists will discuss these factors with you and will provide air ambulance rates over the phone and will then follow-up with a confirming email. The medical flight price quoted to you is the final cost – there are no hidden charges.

We offer the following payment options for any of our medical transport services:

  • All major credit cards
  • Wire transfers
  • Cashiers’ checks
  • insurance company letters of guarantee

The cost of the transport can be covered by using multiple credit cards – just tell us the amount to be charged to each one. We authorize cards prior to the trip and charge them after the trip has been successfully completed.

Additionally, we may be able to assist with the paperwork involved in requesting insurance guarantees and/or reimbursements.

Please call 800-633-5384 for more information. Our Patient Transport Specialists are available to assist you 24 hours a day, 52 weeks a year.

Or you can Request a Quote. Just complete the easy-to-use form included on this site.

Customer Testimonials

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Past Projects

In 2003, we provided 24-hour medical staff and air ambulance emergency evacuation capability for a four-month Star Wars.
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Case Manager’s Tool Box

Provides Case Managers with real time information to efficiently and compassionately handle patient medical transport.
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Ground and air ambulance services

Is this�an emergency? Call 911

For emergency ambulance service, dial 911 or the 24-hour emergency number listed in your telephone directory.

Alberta ground and air ambulance personnel respond to hundreds of thousands of calls each year, including medical emergencies and transferring patients between health care facilities.

Ground ambulance services

Ground ambulance services is the responsibility of the provincial health authority, Alberta Health Services (AHS).

AHS and more than 40 contracted emergency medical service (EMS) operators supply ground ambulance services throughout Alberta. There are over 370,000 events each year, involving more than 500 ambulance vehicles and 3,000 EMS practitioners. Ground ambulance services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

In emergency situations, EMS crews stabilize people who are injured or sick and transport people to the nearest health care facility if further treatment is needed.

Air ambulance services

The AHS contracts 12 fixed-wing aircraft to provide 24-hour air ambulance services throughout the province.

The base locations of the fixed-wing aircraft are: Calgary, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Fort Vermilion, Grande Prairie, High Level, Lac La Biche, Medicine Hat, Peace River and Slave Lake.

AHS also has an affiliation agreement with Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society (STARS) to ensure rotary air ambulance service is provided from bases in Calgary, Edmonton, and Grande Prairie.

Physicians, hospitals or emergency medical services personnel arrange air ambulance services through the Central Communication Centre in Edmonton.

Members of the public cannot make arrangements for provincial air ambulance services independently.

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Thank You, for visiting our website.

You can get a wide variety of Hardwood products, and supplies from Acadian Hardwoods and Cypress. We manufacture: lumber, plywood, siding, shingles, flooring, fencing, and even thousands of molding profiles. You can choose from dozens of different Hardwoods or the softer Louisiana Cypress. Your choices in moulding are huge. We have thousands of moulding profiles to choose from, and cary the most popular styles in stock. If you have a new design in mind we can make a new profile to your specifications, or match a sample (great for restoring antique houses).
We look forward to serving your hardwood and cypress needs for generations to come. Our qualified and experienced staff represents the best in the industry. We understand quality products is the best way to make quality goods. We look good by doing our best to make you look good.

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We have expanded our product line well beyond a reasonable print catalog. Our moulding profiles alone has grown to nearly two thousands strong. By putting our catalog online we are able to frequently add the new products we create. We are also able to give you more ways to narrow your search to quickly find the perfect item you are looking for.

For those who really like the printed page we have put our old catalog online as a PDF.
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Emergency Health Services Branch

Ontario’s Emergency Health Services (EHS) system is a series of interrelated land and air emergency medical services and programs designed to provide timely response and prehospital care.

The Emergency Health Services Branch achieves this by:

  • Overseeing air and land ambulance services, as well as the communications centres responsible for dispatching those ambulance services;
  • Managing and regulating the land ambulance services provided by upper tier municipalities and District Social Services Administration Board, as well as providing administrative, operational, and technical support of ambulance services;
  • Establishing standards for the management, operation, and use of ambulance services and assuring compliance with those standards;
  • Maintaining close working relationships:
    • with the municipalities and designated delivery agents responsible for the proper provision of land ambulance services;
    • with health care providers and facilities;
    • with ambulance communications centres, and
    • with other ministries and system stakeholders; and,
  • Monitoring, inspecting and evaluating ambulance services and investigating complaints respecting ambulance service delivery.

Emergency Health Services Branch also plays an important role in provincial emergency medical services by participating in internal government, local and national conferences, as well as working groups dedicated to emergency preparedness, emergency response and terrorism. Through the Government Mobile Communications Project, Emergency Health Services Branch is developing a common internal government communications infrastructure for Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care clients across the province.

Together, the balanced and integrated system of air ambulance, land ambulance, and ambulance communications services reduces mortality and morbidity due to sudden illness or injury by providing the regulatory framework and standards for ambulance services delivery. This ensures the public has access to rapid pre-hospital emergency medical intervention and safe, efficient transportation for emergency patients and medically essential non-emergency patients to and from health facilities.