Support for Partners
We’re here for you in the midst of it all and in the aftermath.
Boston MedFlight is a part of your team. Whether you call us for a hospital rendezvous or to the scene of an accident, we will make every effort to ensure our joint operations are safe and efficient before, during, and after your call. Please take a moment to review the information on this page.
Landing Zone Information
Landing zone safety and security is of utmost importance during helicopter landings at various designated or undesignated sites. Boston MedFlight, in conjunction with community fire departments, developed safe designated landing zone areas throughout the region.
After patients have been properly cared for, equipment used is thrown away or placed in the hospital storage area. The equipment stays at the receiving facility until its owners return to the hospital to retrieve it. The loss of such valuable equipment is financially taxing on local fire departments and private ambulance service companies. Read how Boston MedFlight can help.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Boston MedFlight Communication Specialists work with all of the parties involved from start to finish, explaining decisions and discussing the logistics to ensure the patient gets the most appropriate vehicle for transport, whether Boston MedFlight completes the transport or not.
The mission of NEAA is to share information, discuss experiences, and encourage communications among the programs in order to maintain a safe and high quality critical care transport system in the region.
When in need of our services, please dial our toll-free number at:
Our Communication Specialists are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions and assist with coordinating the most appropriate mode of patient transport. For additional information, click here.