AirMedCare Network: 

Protection From Out-of-Pocket Costs in the Event of Medical Air Evacuation

Financial Protection in the Event of an Air Evacuation

You never know when a medical emergency will arise. But when it does, time and access to world-class patient care can mean everything. That’s why an AirMedCare Network membership is so important. If you or your family have a medical emergency, our alliance of affiliated air ambulance helicopters and airplanes can provide medical transport, dramatically reducing travel time to an emergency treatment facility.

Medical Emergency Help
You’re in an accident or need medical transport
Air Evacuation medical team
Air evacuation is determined to be your fastest and safest option
Air medical transport team
An AMCN provider can fly you to the nearest appropriate hospital



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AirMedCare Network Membership: Easy and Affordable

For as low as $65 a year, you can give your family peace of mind knowing you will have no out-of-pocket expenses related to your flight if flown by us. Speak to us about membership options: 877-222-4703

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*Senior pricing is available for primary and/or secondary members 60 years and older.

Note: 1-year membership in AK is $125

Member Stories

AirMedCare Network Member Stories

Matthew Anderson, 16, played tight end and safety at Warren East High School. One night, he went up to catch a pass while being double covered, and the safety hit Matthew in the spine.

Matthew walked off the field, but collapsed after crossing the sideline. He couldn’t feel his arm or leg on the right side.

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AirMedCare Network arrived and flight nurse, Tara McIntire had a big job on her hands: keeping both Matthew and his parents calm.

“It’s hard when you take someone’s baby away from them and they don’t get to go,” McIntire said.

Matthew luckily was okay—while he did suffer a lower back injury, he was able to return to football for the playoffs.


One day last March, Bobbie Garcia woke up and couldn’t breathe. Suffering from COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), she had a sudden viral infection and was struggling more than normal to breathe.

With little cell phone reception, she wasn’t able to get through to 911.

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Luckily, a friend that lived near by was able to transport her to the hospital. Once there, they determined based on her medical history that she would do better at the Methodist Texan Hospital in San Antonio, as they had greater abilities to care for the problems she was facing.

Bobbi says of the flight crew, “I couldn’t have been treated any better. They were really wonderful.”

Bobbie is now back home and doing much better. To the crew that helped her through her fateful flight, she sends her heartfelt thank you.