St. Vincent LifeFlight Air Transport
St. Vincent LifeFlight began offering services in 1982. In 1999, we became the first Indiana air medical program to achieve the prestigious CAMTS accreditation.
The LifeFlight helicopter is a Bell 407 and is based at St. Vincent Medical Center Main Campus. Within minutes of receiving your call for help, LifeFlight can be airborne and en route to you. Our helicopter and designated flight crew are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Only extreme weather conditions, maintenance, or commitment to a prior call will prevent immediate response to a request. Our team can greatly reduce your out-of-hospital time when compared to ground transport. We fly the most direct route within a 90 mile radius, reaching into the entire tri-state. We hold an EMS air ambulance license in the states of Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky and are also a member of the Association of Air Medical Services.
Our crew members administer critical care in the air and are trained in BCLS, ACLS, PALS, and trauma management.
Advanced Skills: St. Vincent LifeFlight Staff - Highly Trained to Provide Critical Care
Our highly trained Flight Nurses and Flight Paramedics provide pre-hospital and critical care to patients based on extensive patient care guidelines and via medical direction.
St. Vincent LifeFlight Staff Members Conduct Educational Programs
Our crew members can provide agencies with a LifeFlight Safety in-service, as well as presentations on a variety of medical education topics.
St. Vincent Dispatch
St. Vincent Dispatch is a quarterly newsletter designed to keep you informed of all the latest happenings in the world of emergency services. Inside you will find important links, calendar of educational offerings, contact information, and updates from our emergency medical directors.
Submit any events, milestones, or other important information that could improve our regional emergency services network to Keith Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 812.485.6180.