If you have setup a temporary triage area or a drive thru testing location near your ground helipad, please let us know.
Things you should keep in mind.
Please make sure the tent or temporary structure is secured.
Secure any loose objects
Inform the persons in the tent that a helicopter is inbound.
Report your hazard at the link below.
Superior Ambulance Service
395 W. Lake St.
Elmhurst IL, 60126
Meeting: 11:00 am
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The Illinois Association of Air and Critical Care Transport consists of critical care medical transport providers which utilize ground, rotor-wing and/or fixed wing as a mode of patient transportation and operate within the State of Illinois.
The association shall promote and enhance safety, education and communication in critical care air and ground medical transport within the State of Illinois.
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We are all human. The day-to-day work, tragic calls, near-misses, incidents, and accidents can take a significant toll on those who selflessly dedicate their lives to emergency medical response and related professions … in the air, on the ground, and in the hospital. At the Survivors Network, we believe the toll on these invaluable professionals can be mitigated.
The Association of Critical Care Transport (ACCT) is a non-profit grassroots patient advocacy organization committed to ensuring that critically ill and injured patients have access to the safest and highest quality critical care transport system possible.