Residents pay no out-of-pocket costs for Air Medical transport

West Plains, MO—The AirMedCareNetwork (AMCN) announced that it will provide emergency air medical transport memberships to all permanent residents of White Pine County, effective January 25, 2019. This was made possible by a generous donation from the Nevada Emergency Services Preparation and Access Fund (NESPAF), a non-profit group whose mission is to serve the citizens of rural Nevada with better equipped pre-hospital services. Their funds help emergency provider preparation through training, education and membership programs for patients.

The new AirMedCare Network county-wide membership plan provides all permanent residents of White Pine County with coverage for an emergency air medical transport by an AirMedCare Network provider. In Nevada, the AirMedCare Network providers are REACH Air Medical Services, American MedFlight, and Guardian Flight. Membership coverage extends beyond Nevada to service from more than 320 locations across 38 states. If flown by any AirMedCare Network provider for a critical illness or injury, county residents will incure no out of pocket expenses for their flight.

“We are incredibly proud to bring our membership services to the residents of White Pine County at no cost to them,” said Matthew Muse, Director of Membership Operations for the AirMedCare Network.”Our expansive coverage area, combined with the experince and exemplary standards of our providers, means every permanent White Pine County resident will have peace of mind knowing they will not have to pay out of pocket if they require an air medical transport from one of our providers.”

County residents will receive a welcome from AirMedCare Network outlining membership benefits. The letter will include a membership card that residents an print out and carry with them. However, the cards are not necessary for coverage or transport.

About AirMedCare Network

AirMedCare Network is America’s largest air medical transport membership network, providing emergency acess to the highest level of care for its more than 3.2 million members nationwide. The AirMedCare Network combines the membership programs of several leading air ambulance providers across 38 states from more than 320 air base locations. For more information, visit