Life Flight Network, a not-for-profit operation, is a medical transport service with helicopter, fixed-wing and ground ambulance bases throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana. Noah Schmick Wake Up Montana
A fixed-wing Life Flight Network aircraft. The partnership will primarily focus on hospital-to-hospital transport for patients who may need a higher level of care or are being transferred to Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital’s new neonatal intensive care unit.
Inside one of the fixed-wing Life Flight Network aircrafts. This patient transport program goal is to enhance the readiness of local 911 ambulances as the region grows and will simultaneously provide patients requiring air or ground transport into or out of the Bozeman Health system.
The partnership between Bozeman Health and Life Flight Network has been under development for more than a year. “We’ve got this great neonatal intensive care unit, we’ve got the people, equipment, and we can take care of the babies, but we want to make sure we can get the babies to us,” Dr. Diane Warner, a neonatologist for Bozeman Health said.
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Bozeman Health said Life Flight’s services for their neonatal intensive care unit is underway but co-sponsored ambulances should be up and running by this summer. Source
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