MedFlight: An Ohio Model Shaped by Change and Innovation

Published:November 18, 2021DOI:
      In the November-December 1999 issue of Air Medical Journal, an article entitled “MedFlight: A National Model Takes Shape in the Buckeye State” profiled a unique experiment in Ohio. This article was based on the merger of 2 air medical programs that were part of large and competitive health systems including Grant Medical Center LifeFlight and The Ohio State University Hospital's SkyMed. The result of that community-based nonprofit venture, now more than 2 decades later, continues to provide an air and ground medical transport solutions–oriented company that far exceeded original expectations.
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