Expert and Compassionate Emergency and Critical Care Medical Transport by Air and Ground

Boston MedFlight is a nonprofit organization that provides transport to the sickest of the sick, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay.

For 35 years, Boston MedFlight has been the region’s primary provider of critical care medical transport by air and ground, caring for more than 4,700 patients annually, including the most critically ill and injured infants, children and adults. As a nonprofit organization, we provide over $4 million annually in free and unreimbursed care to patients in need with little or no medical insurance.

Our air and ground vehicles serve as mobile ICUs, staffed by a critical care nurse and critical care paramedic. Boston MedFlight is a key part of the region’s healthcare system – collaborating with first responders, community hospitals and academic medical centers.

Media Coverage

The Boston MedFlight Wing Team- Our Peer-to-Peer Support Group

Boston 25 highlights this important program.

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Company News

35 Years of Critical Care Transport Excellence

Since 1985, we have cared for and transported more than 80,000 patients by air and ground.  A short video retrospective....More >>

Boston MedFlight is a world renowned, critical care transport program established in 1985 by a consortium of Boston's leading academic medical centers. For 35 years, the founding institutions have partnered together to create and sustain a regional critical care transport system focused on patient care excellence, high reliability and safety. More >>

Our partnerships are many community hospitals, pre-hospital providers — including fire departments and EMS services — as well as other air medical programs across the region. Our primary commitment is to collaboratively work alongside our partners to always deliver safe, reliable and patient focused critical care transport. More >>

Here's a summary of key statistics about Boston MedFlight transports and operations in 2021.

We need your support to ensure we can continue to get the sickest of the sick to the care they so desperately need.