LIFESUPPORT Patient Transport is a multi-divisional medical transport and emergency services enterprise, with diversified services, serving multiple sectors, including governments, hospitals and health authorities, oil and gas, energy the travel & health insurance and financial sectors. We apply extensive industry knowledge and ability, based on skill and experience, blended together with an intimate an active understanding of transport medicine, out of hospital medical care, aviation, transportation and worldwide medical logistics. LIFESUPPORT Patient Transport is internationally accredited and recognized as a Gold Standard Provider by the European Aeromedical Institute (EURAMI) for adult critical care transport, inter-continental fixed wing air ambulance, commercial airline medical escorts and international commercial airline stretcher transports.
Headquartered in British Columbia, Canada, LIFESUPPORT Patient Transport serves the world and has operations in Vancouver, Victoria, Parksville, Fort St John, Toronto, Tokyo and Honolulu.
On call 24/7/365, our air ambulances are ready to respond – anywhere in the world. With a diverse fleet and perfect safety record, our internationally accredited and highly trained Air Medical Crews are ready to respond at a moment’s notice.
Through unrivaled relationships with the world’s major commercial airlines, we provide internationally accredited care and treatment for patients moving across a global network of airlines, including international stretcher service.
With a fleet of 30 patient transfer vehicles, we respond to more than 30,000 patient transfer requests per year, providing care ranging from Basic Life Support to full Critical Care Transport, including long distance inter-provincial and cross border patient transfers.
LIFESUPPORT Emergency Services leads the industry by providing on site medical standby and support to energy companies, BC Hydro and the BC Wildfire Service. We leverage our extensive base of over 100 paramedics to provide the highest quality emergency medical care in remote, rugged regions.