UMass Life Flight: First in New England

      In 1982, UMass Life Flight embarked on its first flight. Since its humble beginnings 30 years ago, Life Flight has become a leader in medical transport while continuously operating out of its base in Worcester, MA, providing transport for the sick and injured throughout New England. The program primarily provides transport among many community hospitals in the central Massachusetts area, allowing advanced and definitive care to be easily accessed. Life Flight provides the mechanism that allows these community hospitals to provide excellent care and rapidly transport patients with the highest critical acuity who need increasing levels of care.
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