Air medical helicopters for sale

Air medical helicopters for sale

Air medical helicopter mission profiles refer to the specialized operations conducted by helicopters in support of emergency medical services. These missions typically involve the rapid transport of critically ill or injured patients to hospitals or other medical facilities.

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Airbus EC145 Contact seller for price

Updated: March 13, 2024

5951

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AH-1063

2011

Europe

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Sikorsky S76C++ Make an offer

Updated: April 24, 2024

8552

760716

2008

United States

Airbus Bk117 B1 Make an offer

Updated: April 16, 2024

8888.4

7178

1988

Canada

Airbus EC135T2+ Contact seller for price

Updated: April 16, 2024

920

2014

Austria

Airbus EC135T2 Contact seller for price

Updated: April 12, 2024

3908

EC-ION

272

2003

Bulgaria

Airbus EC135T2 Contact seller for price

Updated: April 12, 2024

4137

LZ-ECD

354

2004

Bulgaria

Airbus EC135T2 Contact seller for price

Updated: April 12, 2024

3582

LZ-ECC

317

2003

Bulgaria

Airbus EC135T2 Contact seller for price

Updated: April 12, 2024

3732

EC-ITJ

306

2003

Bulgaria

Airbus H135 Contact seller for price

Updated: March 25, 2024

1373

OE-XWM

1276

2018

Austria

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Airbus H155 Contact seller for price

Updated: March 18, 2024

3226

2013

United States

Sikorsky S76C++ Contact seller for price

Updated: March 10, 2024

7795

PK-TVL

760755

2009

Indonesia

Sikorsky S76C++ Contact seller for price

Updated: March 10, 2024

6791

PK-TVA

760662

2007

Indonesia

Air medical helicopters play a critical role in providing rapid and effective medical care to patients in need. Their mission profiles require specialized training and equipment to ensure safe and efficient operations in challenging environments. The helicopter models used for these missions are designed to be fast, reliable, and able to operate in a variety of weather conditions and terrain.

Some common air medical helicopter mission profiles:
  • Scene response: Helicopters are often used to respond to emergency situations, such as car accidents, natural disasters, and medical emergencies. Helicopters can quickly transport medical personnel and equipment to the scene of an emergency to provide critical care on-site.
  • Interfacility transport: Helicopters are used to transport patients between hospitals or medical facilities, particularly when time is critical. This mission profile may involve transporting patients to receive specialized medical care, or to a facility closer to their home.
  • Search-and-rescue: Helicopters can be used for search-and-rescue operations in remote or inaccessible areas, particularly when time is critical. These operations may involve hoist and winch operations to extract individuals from difficult terrain or water.
  • Disaster response: In the event of a natural disaster or mass casualty incident, air medical helicopters can be used to transport patients to hospitals or other medical facilities.
  • Neonatal transport: Helicopters are used for neonatal transport, which involves transporting critically ill or premature infants to specialized neonatal care facilities. These helicopters are equipped with specialized medical equipment and staffed by medical professionals trained in neonatal care.
  • Organ transplant transport: Air medical helicopters are used to transport organs for transplant from one hospital to another.