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Air St. Luke's

Doctors and families throughout the region trust Air St. Luke’s to carry their precious cargo in a medical emergency. With highly trained specialty teams dedicated exclusively to the specific needs of newborns, pregnant women, children, and adult patients with cardiac or other critical needs, Air St. Luke’s is the region’s most comprehensive medical transport program. Serving southern Idaho, eastern Oregon, and northern Nevada from bases in Boise and Twin Falls, our helicopters, airplane, and ambulances are designed as mobile critical care units with advanced lifesaving equipment and technology.


Idaho Helicopters, Inc. is the FAR Part 135 Certificate Holder providing aviation services and owns and operates the helicopters used by Air St. Luke's. Turbo Air, Inc. is the FAR Part 135 Certificate Holder providing aviation services and owns and operates the airplane used by Air St. Luke's.

Highlights & Resources

    Air St. Luke's Membership

    Invest in your family's safety and security

    Emergency medical transport to the closest, most appropriate care facility. When you become an Air St. Luke's member, your annual membership fee waives any portion of the bill not covered by your insurance.

    More Information on Air St. Luke's


    • Contact Us

      • Membership

        Phone: (208) 706-1000 or toll-free 1-800-822-1616
        Fax: (208) 381-6189
        Email: airsl@slhs.org
        Mail: 190 E. Bannock Street  Boise, ID 83712

        REAL Program
        Call: (208) 381-8793
        Email: SimMan@slhs.org

        Flight Requests
        1-877-785-8537 (1-877-STLUKES)

        Dispatch
        (208) 381-8713

        Medical Professionals: Emergency Transport Information
        St. Luke’s Transfer Center
    • Our Transport Fleet

      • Helicopters
        • Bell 429 helicopters meet and exceed all NTSB safety recommendations 
        • MD 900 helicopter as backup, with same high altitude performance and several of the same advantages as the Bell 429.
        • Services provided by Idaho Helicopters, Inc.
        Fixed Wing (Airplane)
        • King Air 200 with two-patient capability
        • Services provided by Turbo Air, Inc.
        Ground Ambulances
        • Four ambulances, including one that accommodates an NICU isolette 
        • Primarily used for transport between hospitals
    • Partner Programs

      CAMTS Accreditation

      Quality and Safety

      The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) is dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and safety of the transport environment for services providing rotor wing, fixed wing, and ground transport systems. Air St. Luke’s has been accredited since 2005.