A symbol of Enloe's commitment to the local communities
For 27 years, Enloe FlightCare has been saving lives in the area around Chico. Now, the Take Flight campaign aims to raise $1 million from the community to bring the next generation of FlightCare equipment into service. Learn how you can make a donation to upgrade our air ambulance technology for patients in our community and make a difference for people in who are seriously ill or injured.
Outfitted with advanced life-support equipment, FlightCare:
- Is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Air Medical Transport.
This accreditation recognizes that the medical transport rotor-wing service provides
highly skilled flight nurse and paramedic teams to care for adult and pediatric patients.
- Is equipped with 12-lead machine, as part of Enloe Medical Center's STEMI Designation, to provide the most timely care for patients suffering from the most urgent heart, life-threatening heart attacks.
- Was one of the first three air medical programs in the country to become fully certified with the Federal Aviation Commission to use night-vision goggles
- Touches the lives of many by responding to emergencies within a 75-mile radius of Enloe, in counties including Butte, Tehama, Glenn, Plumas, Colusa, Sierra, Yuba and parts of Lassen
- Flies at an average speed of 135 miles per hour
- Responds to an average of three calls per day
- Has transported more than 16,000 patients
- Is backed by a full team of emergency and critical care experts
- Is affiliated with the Association of Air Medical Membership Programs (AAMMP), which means members' FlightCare benefits transfer to the sister programs
Contact us by phone (530) 332.6774 or e-mail.