We all know in a medical emergency, seconds count. But what happens in rural Texas when you are miles from the nearest hospital and you need immediate medical attention? This was one of the questions your Board of Directors was concerned about. As a result, CECA has teamed up with Air Evac Lifeteam, a part of the AirMedCare Network, to present you with one more option to make life safer and easier.
Air Evac Lifeteam is an air ambulance service provider to rural communities in the central U.S., founded in 1985 with the goal of providing rural markets access to better medical care. Today, Air Evac Lifeteam has grown to be the largest independently owned and operated membership supported air ambulance service in the U.S. operating more than 100 bases across 15 states. Now that they are a part of the AirMedCare Network, you will have coverage across 32 states with over 240 aircraft locations!
Now, because CECA and AirMedCare Network have partnered up, you too can become a member. The process is simple. Simply fill out the application below. In turn, CECA will bill you a $5.00 per month membership to cover your entire family.
Although you do not have to be a member to use the service, membership offers significant benefits:
Members who are flown for a life-or-limb threatening emergency will have no out-of-pocket expense in connection with the flight.
Peace of Mind so you can focus on your recovery.
Support your community! AMCN has over 2.4 million members. Be a part of something BIG!
You will receive membership identification cards for your wallet, and identification stickers for your home and automobiles, so the EMS and first responders know you are a member!
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