- What makes Grace on Wings unique?
The goal of our ministry is not to maximize our profit, but to provide high-quality medical care while also addressing the spiritual needs of our patients and their loved ones.
- What type of aircraft does Grace on Wings fly?
We use a Mitsubishi MU-2 which is customized for air ambulance transports.
- What type of crew does Grace on Wings provide?
The crew consists of two pilots and at least two medical personnel. Each flight is carefully reviewed by our Medical Director and staffing is tailored to the needs of the patient. A typical flight will have a Critical Care Nurse or a Physician's Assistant along with a Respiratory Therapist or Paramedic.
- Is Grace on Wings licensed and insured?
Yes, we are fully licensed and insured. We are certified by the FAA as an air ambulance under 14CFR Part 135.
- What equipment and medications are onboard the aircraft?
We have a custom-made stretcher, Impact portable ventilator, Zoll cardiac monitor/defibrillator, suction, oxygen, advanced airway equipment, IV's and ACLS medications.
- Where does Grace on Wings fly?
We are currently flying throughout the continental United States.
- Can a loved one accompany the patient?
Normally, one or two family members may accompany the patient. However, the Medical Director may disapprove such a request in the interest of patient or crew safety.
- How much luggage can patients and passengers take on board?
There is room for no more than two small carry-on sized bags.
- Do you provide "bedside to bedside" service?
Yes. Our medical crews evaluate the patient in the discharging facility prior to transport and care for the patient until the staff at the receiving facility assumes care.