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    NEWS | BMF Boston MedFlight State of Massachusetts

    Boston MedFlight Reaches 85,000 Patients

    Boston MedFlight air ambulance surpassed the 85,000 patient transport mark since inception in 1985


    Boston MedFlight Reaches 85,000 Patients

    Boston MedFlight, July 06, 2021 - Boston MedFlight, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides critical care transport by air and ground has announced that it recently surpassed the 85,000 patient transport mark since its founding in 1985.

    Boston MedFlight’s headquarters is located at Hanscom Field in Bedford, Massachusetts.

    Boston MedFlight cares for more than 4,600 patients annually, including the most critically ill and injured infants, children and adults.

    This past year Boston MedFlight teams have been on the front lines of caring for the sickest and most vulnerable Covid-19 patients, having transported as many as 12-15 patients a day during the peak of the pandemic from community hospitals to larger tertiary care facilities.

    “We are so proud of our teams who have selflessly and courageously served those in need for the past 36 years,” said Maura Hughes, CEO of Boston MedFlight.

    New England’s healthcare

    “Boston MedFlight has developed into the largest critical care transport organization in our region and a nationally recognized leader with a reputation for clinical excellence and the highest standards of safety and training. We are honored and humbled to have reached this milestone and to have had such a positive impact on the lives of our patients and their families.”

    During the organization’s history as a nonprofit organization, Boston MedFlight has become an integral part of New England’s healthcare delivery system and a community resource for training of local healthcare professionals and first responders.

    As a nonprofit, Boston MedFlight provides over $5 million in free and unreimbursed care annually to patients in need with little or no medical insurance.

    About Boston MedFlight: Boston MedFlight partners with a consortium of leading medical centers including Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, Massachusetts General Hospital and Tufts Medical Center.

    Boston MedFlight provides critical care medical transport to the region’s most severely ill and injured patients with its fleet of helicopters, airplane and ground vehicles, all of which are outfitted with state of the art medical equipment and serve as mobile intensive care units with highly trained critical care nurses and critical care paramedics.

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