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ARCH Air Medical Service, Inc. is an Emergency Medical Service (EMS) that provides critical care air ambulance service in Missouri, Illinois and the surrounding regions. Air ambulance programs (also known as Medevac) offer transport by helicopter (rotor-wing or sling-wing) or fixed-wing aircraft. ARCH Air was the twelfth program in the nation to offer such services when it began operating in March 1979. Transporting approximately 4,200 patients per year by rotorwing, ARCH aircraft are staffed by a pilot, nurse and paramedic. Flights are 80% inter-facility (hospital to hospital) and 20% scene.

Transport is also provided for specialty teams from Barnes-Jewish OB, Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, St. John's Regional Medical Center Neonatal, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, St. Francis Medical Center NICU, and Southeast Missouri Hospital NICU.

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Current ARCH Air Medical Service, Inc. BasesEdit

Service area is 150 miles around each base.

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