From The Blog

Injured Veteran Debuts Acting Career After Receiving Donated Home

Cristian Valle’s specially adapted custom home literally set the stage for his future. After receiving the keys to his home on Feb. 10, 2018, Cristian was finally in a position to pursue a longtime dream of his: acting. The experience Cristian has as an Army Infantryman may seem completely unrelated to his new role, but […]

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Everything was Hunky-Dory and All of the Sudden, Bang!

Katie Campbell worked for years as an Emergency Medical Technician in Arkansas. Thankfully, she knows the signs and symptoms of a stroke. On February 7, 2019, Katie and her husband, Randy Wells, were out to dinner when Katie noticed her husband’s mouth was drooping a little on one side. “Because of my training, I knew […]

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When a Caregiver Needs Care

Being a Flight Nurse requires autonomy. In the back of an aircraft, critical thinking skills, quick decision making, and compassion are the essentials of the job. But what happens when the roles reverse, and the Flight Nurse becomes the patient? If you ask Victoria Kretche-Kitchel, a Flight Nurse for Eagle Air Med in Alamosa, Colorado, […]

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From “Just in Case” to “I Need Fly-U-Home Now!”

When we bought the Fly-U-Home membership, I really didn’t think about it being anything but a “just in case” kind of thing, and I certainly didn’t expect to need it within the first two weeks. We are beyond pleased with our experience with the situation we were in and being so far from home. All […]

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Staying Safe on the Road this Holiday Season

Preparation is everything If you’re traveling this holiday season, one thing’s for sure, you won’t be the only one on the road. Accidents, slow speeds and or poor weather can make any trip frustrating. But if you consider these tips you can make your journey much more enjoyable.   Find the best route Do a little […]

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Staying Fit During the Holidays

The holiday season is full of temptations, so it’s no surprise that many of us put on a few unwanted pounds. But you can fight the flab by following these simple pieces of advice: Don’t stop moving! Stay active. Research says too much sitting can be hazardous to your health. Moving around every 30 to […]

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A Grandparent’s Worst Nightmare

On March 23, I was moving my truck off the road, thinking my 1-year old grandson was on the porch. After I backed up my truck and got out, I saw my grandson laying on the ground at the front of my truck.  I picked him up and cuddled him in my arms and yelled […]

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Back-to-School Hacks

For kids, getting ready for the new school year means cool new sneakers, backpacks and lunch boxes. For parents, it’s about setting a morning routine, shopping for clothes and supplies, or locating a bus stop. We want everyone in our AirMedCare Network family to be as happy and stress-free as possible, so here are some […]

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Tailgating Tips & Tricks

At AirMedCare Network, we know how valuable it is to spend time with family & friends—and tailgating is a fun way to do that. While we thoroughly enjoy the combination of good food, great company and football, unfortunately it can be all too easy to blow the budget or spend the afternoon in the kitchen […]

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Matthew Sands’ Real-Life Heroes

When you’re a child, often one of the very first lessons you learn from watching cartoons is that superheroes can come in all shapes and sizes. And we bet if you asked 7-year old Matthew Sands of Pueblo Colorado, he would agree. Matthew’s experience with real superheroes, however, comes from one scary accident that occurred […]

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