From The Blog

Minutes Mattered for the Kieslings

Roger and Gail Kiesling purchased an AirMedCare Network membership in May 2017, never thinking they would ever use it. Less than three months later, Roger suffered a cardiac event which happened while he and his wife were driving through Steelville, Missouri—a town of just over 1600. “It was around 9:30 a.m.,” Gail said. “We were […]

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Sarah’s Saving Grace

Sixteen-year-old Sarah Wittenauer was driving to a get together by the river in her town of Willow Springs, Missouri. She was going too fast on a two-lane highway when a 1-ton Chevy truck came around the bend, pulling a fully loaded canoe trailer. Sarah had been cutting the corner just a bit, and the sight of […]

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Family Time-Saving Tips

When you’ve got a family with varied interests, hobbies and study loads, it’s a challenge to keep everyone on track—not to mention, getting enough quality family time together and finishing those pesky chores! We’ve been there, and we know it’s difficult. Here are our top tips for keeping everyone organized, focused and on target: Organization […]

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How to Grow an Herb Garden

You don’t need to have a green thumb to start an herb garden, you just need to get the basics right: sunlight, water, drainage and the best part—harvesting! Get growing today with these simple tips: Choose your herbs Which are the best herbs for you to grow? Well, ask yourself this: “what do I like […]

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6 simple safety tips for home DIY projects

Tackling DIY home projects can truly be a rewarding hobby. The satisfaction that comes with completing an improvement to your home is something that money can’t buy. Not only is DIY a fun hobby that allows you to improve your skills with practice, it’s a great way to add value to your property and make […]

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9 ways to manage your health on vacation

There’s enough to worry about when it comes to traveling without the added stress of your health. Between packing, choosing your itinerary and organizing everything that needs to happen around your home (mail collection, pet care, etc.), the last thing you want to be worrying about is your health. To avoid this unwanted, pre-vacation stress […]

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A pool safety story: Kason’s close call

At AirMedCare Network, we know how priceless family is. Our utmost priority is the health and well-being of our members and their loved ones. In fact, we exist to protect families just like yours, every day of the year— like Amber and James Sample and their two-year-old son, Kason. California husband and wife Amber and […]

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4 tips to prepare for a family hike

Hiking is the ultimate family activity: it’s active, educational and a whole lot of fun. There’s nothing that brings a family together like sharing new experiences, and what better way to do that than to explore every corner of sun-kissed, stunning California? Like many of life’s worthwhile pursuits, hiking doesn’t come without risk, so it’s […]

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The Powers’ grateful account

Dick and Elizabeth Power of Vidalia, Louisiana were enjoying a summer trip in Yellowstone National Park. While out on a tour, Mr. Power found himself struggling to breathe. He was taken to the Old Faithful Clinic where the staff saw a possibility of cardiac stress and hypoxia. When they saw his EKG, they realized their […]

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Scott Reiff’s lifesaving flight

At first glance, the Olympic sport of curling may not seem like a dangerous sport, but there is definite risk involved. Unfortunately, 42-year-old Scott Reiff learned this the hard way. Scott was on a fun weekend getaway in Lake Tahoe, California, taking a curling lesson with a member of the Israeli Olympic. But soon Scott’s […]

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