Why join PHI Cares and why do I need a membership?
None of us ever expects to be in a situation where an air ambulance is called, but if it does happen, out-of-pocket bills can be monumental.
By joining PHI Cares, you are becoming a member of a national air ambulance membership program that gives you peace of mind.
Your membership with PHI Cares will help ensure you and your household dependents are financially and safely covered when transported by PHI Air Medical.
The last thing you should be concerned with during an emergency is air transportation costs. PHI Cares will work with your insurance provider and accept the insurance payment as “payment-in-full” for any medically-necessary transport.
No out-of-pocket expenses for members.
There are times when your doctor may recommend you or your loved one needs to be moved for a higher level of medical care. PHI Cares and PHI Air Medical will work with your physician and healthcare provider to make sure you reach a specialized care facility as quickly as possible.
Transported by PHI Air Medical
PHI Air Medical is one of the leading air ambulance provider across the country, providing air medical services to local communities and leading healthcare systems. PHI Air Medical was the first air ambulance company to be recognized with the Vision Zero Aviation Safety Award.
Professionalism and stability
Joining our expanding community of over 40,000 households means you are receiving competencies in all aspects of patient care, including cardiac specialties, EMS, ER, high-risk OB, NICU, pediatrics, respiratory therapy and trauma.
For just pennies per day, you can have the peace of mind in knowing you and your loved ones are covered in the event of an emergency. We will work with your insurance provider to make sure there are no outstanding out-of-pocket costs to you.
Making a difference
By becoming a member of PHI Cares, you will help ensure the vital, life-saving resource remains a viable service to your friends and neighbors. Your membership also helps to purchase equipment and medical supplies for the aircraft, helping to support the air medical resources in your local community.
Memberships and Accreditations
Accreditation Standards originally developed and published in 1991, the Accreditation Standards address issues of patient care and safety in fixed and rotorwing services as well as ground critical care, ALS/BLS and Medical Escort Services.
Established in 1980, the association is dedicated to advancing the art and science of transport medicine through advocacy, education, and research to ensure high-quality, life-saving care to patients and communities worldwide.
The Board for Critical Care Transport Certification (BCCTPC®) is a non-profit organization responsible for the administration and development of the FP-C® and CCP-C® exams.
The Certified Flight Registered Nurse (CFRN) is a credential awarded by the BCEN (Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing) to Registered Nurses who have met all the requirements and passed the CFRN certification exam for accreditation purposes.
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