Medway Air Ambulance is one of the leading providers of medical flight service in North America. Established in 2000, we have plenty of experience transporting critically ill patients to specialized medical facilities and are proud to have sustained an unblemished safety record from the beginning. We started out with three aircraft and have since more than tripled the size of our fleet, allowing us to provide timely care to patients throughout the globe.
But it’s not just experience that we bring to the table. We set ourselves apart from the competition in many other ways, such as the fact that we maintain full oversight and quality control thanks to a full-time staff of professionals. We don’t broker out any part of our flight service – not our pilots, not our mechanics, and certainly not our medical professionals. Instead, every member of our team is a Medway employee who is dedicated to serving our patients with the highest quality of care. In fact, no other fixed-wing air ambulance company owns and maintains their aircraft and employs their pilots and medical staff on a full-time basis.
Our Medical Staff
Our full-time staff is made up of highly trained respiratory therapists and nurses who are dedicated to providing our patients with the best possible care. They hold specialties in a variety of medical fields, including adult critical care as well as neonatal and pediatric care.
Our pilots have decades of combined experience and go out of their way to ensure that all our medical flights arrive safely and on time. Every captain on our team holds an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate, which is the highest level of achievement a pilot can receive.
We own and operate our own aircraft, which is one of the largest fleets in the air ambulance industry. Having our own fleet means we can keep a tight grip on quality control as well as operational control, ensuring high availability and on-time arrivals.
Our Maintenance Staff
We don’t leave anything to chance, especially not the maintenance of our fleet. This is why we have full-time aviation engineers and technicians who work tirelessly to make sure that each aircraft meets and exceeds FAA requirements.