GMR Member Network’s AMCN is proud to team up with Corey LaJoie, AKA “Super Shoe, “for another year!
Corey LaJoie is a full-time driver of the number 7 Chevrolet Camaro for Spire Motorsports and a third-generation racer.
LaJoie has become a staple among the NASCAR community for his racing talent, dedication, and desirable attitude on the track.
As a member of both AirMedCare Network’s emergent and Fly-U-Home programs, LaJoie understands the benefits of not only having access to state-of-the-art medical care but the importance of being able to get home to receive that care close to family and friends.
For those race fans interested in learning about how they can enjoy the same financial security of both an emergent and Fly-U-Home membership, just like Corey LaJoie please visit https://www.airmedcarenetwork.com/speed.
More about AirMedCare Network (AMCN) and AMCN Fly-U-Home (FUH):
AirMedCare Network is an alliance among Air Evac Lifeteam, Guardian Flight, Med-Trans Corporation and REACH Air Medical Services, creating America’s largest air ambulance membership network. AMCN’s affiliated helicopter and airplane air ambulances can provide medical treatment and transport, dramatically reducing travel time to an emergency facility for members and non-members alike. AirMedCare Network members enjoy the added value of never having to worry about out-of-pocket expenses when transported by an AirMedCare provider.
Fly-U-Home lets members take control of their care. If a FUH member lands in a hospital far from home, FUH gives them the option to be transported to a hospital of their choice in a medically equipped, private aircraft. Members have no out-of-pocket expenses related to their flight. And FUH takes care of everything from hospital A to hospital B. FUH has completed more than 18,000 missions since being founded more than 30 years ago.
You never know when a medical emergency will arise. Don’t wait. Become a member today!
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