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. Our helicopters, airplane, and ambulances are designed as mobile critical care units with advanced lifesaving equipment and technology.
From bases in Boise and Twin Falls, we serve Southern Idaho, Eastern Oregon, and northern Nevada. And through our partners in the Association of Air Medical Memberships Programs (AAMMP), coverage for Air St. Luke’s members extends to Northern and Eastern Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Western Montana, and Northern California south to the Santa Barbara area.
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 airplanes used by Air St. Luke's.
Air St. Luke’s Membership
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Phone: (208) 706-1000 or toll-free 1-800-822-1616
Fax: (208) 381-6189
Mail: 190 E. Bannock Street Boise, ID 83712
Our air transport teams are critical care transport (CCT) certified and our ground transport teams are either CCT certified or advanced life support (ALS) certified. Air St. Luke's is licensed to operate all of the modes of transport listed below in Idaho, Oregon, and Nevada.
Specialized critical care transport (CCT) teams consisting of RN and paramedic, trained to manage critical care patients covering all age groups.Critical Care Flight Nurse
Specialized critical care transport team consisting of RN and respiratory therapist (RT), trained to manage critical care maternal and pediatric patients. The only Idaho-based team equipped with isolette capabilities to support best practice in supporting NICU and PICU patients during transport.Maternal-Child Flight Nurse