MedFlight911 receives the honor of being a BBB Accredited Business! MedFlight911 joins a community of over 9,500 businesses in Central, Northern and Western Arizona committed to BBB's Standards for Trust. Congratulations MedFlight911 on the BBB Accreditation!!!
"We appreciate MEDFLIGHT911's professional service from beginning to end. You delivered a high quality, smooth and friendly service and assistance not only to my father but also to our whole family as well. I would give Medflight911 a perfect 10 for helping with my father's medical transport from CA to Canada. Best regards
MedFlight911's medical staff was requested for a standby at an airfield between Phoenix and Tucson this past weekend. Members of the Military's Ranger's and Special Forces participated in both day and night parachute training. (Some pictures below) Of the nearly 30 jumpers, there were 2 minor ankle injuries and one leg injury requiring the assistance of a medical helicopter. All are safe and recovering due to the staff's quick response and prompt care. Great Job MedFlight911!!
Dear WONDERFUL folks,
First of all our hearts are overflowing with gratitude for the professional and compassionate way in which you have embraced our inquiries into your services.
Thank you for all you do for those of us who are in need. Your approach to delivering a much needed service is from your hearts.
In great gratitude for the opportunity to have discovered you,
The day started out with nary a glimmer of hope to get a bed for a patient in the US looking to return to Canada. 4 weeks in a California hospital ML wanted to return to his home. Too sick to go to his apartment, and not sick enough to get a physician in Canada to accept or admit him, things weren't looking good. CEO Dee McCluskey tapped into all of his flight training and began a morning long search for that one person that would see the need and offer to help. That person came in the form of "Ruth" a nurse locator at a hospital in a large province in Canada. Hearing the situation and sensing the same need to make a difference, Ruth stepped away from the phone and within a few minutes, had pulled one of her physicians in on the call to see what she could do and the engines of hope began rumbling. Where would one find an accepting physician. one who had never seen the patient, knew nothing of him, other than what was transcribed on a few lines in his medical history? She would... Dr. C found not just one accepting physician but two. Just in case the patient didn't fit into the right parameter for the one physician's directive, there was another. Here was our answer! Dee sat back in his chair, a long morning of calls and frustration, hoping and praying for that one person that might say "I'll help." He looked across the office as staff members peeked in to see what, if anything had happened. He smiled and said "We have a bed."
MedFlight911 President and CEO William "Dee" McCluskey generously volunteered his time and passion of photography to the Stepping Stones of Hope Camp Paz in Northern Arizona. Camp Paz provides support for grieving families to help bereaved children become healthy, well-adjusted adults and adults in a child's life learn skills to navigate their own grief journey as well as build family cohesion. "This was such a wonderful weekend, I will be a supporter for life!"[gallery]