Mercy Life Line - Springfield

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    Mercy's Life Line has provided safe, rapid, air transport for emergency patients since 1984.

    Mercy Life Line has provided safe, rapid air transport for emergency patients since 1984. Celebrating 31 years of accident free flight. Serving patients in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.

    Mercy Springfield Communities is bringing faster, safer health care to those who need it in an emergency. Life Line operates five EC135 P2+ helicopters with upgraded technology which will allow pilots to fly in weather conditions they previously could not have faced. Learn more»

    Our team consists of an outstanding group of nurses, physicians, medics, flight communications specialists, pilots, mechanics and support personnel. Thanks to this impressive group of dedicated team members as well as our referring institutions and EMS partners, we are proud of our successful 31 year history and look forward to many more years serving our community.

    Our flight crews include a registered nurse, a paramedic and a pilot who respond to life-threatening emergencies including trauma, medical, or obstetrical. Crews respond to an emergency scene, where a ground unit assists the crew, or to a hospital to transfer a critically ill patient. Life Line is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems.

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    All flights are conducted by, and operational control over all aircraft is exercised solely by Metro Aviation, Inc.

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