• <nav id="4om2a"><tt id="4om2a"></tt></nav>
  • <object id="4om2a"><acronym id="4om2a"></acronym></object>
  • <object id="4om2a"><u id="4om2a"></u></object>
    <menu id="4om2a"><tt id="4om2a"></tt></menu>
    <input id="4om2a"><u id="4om2a"></u></input>
    <input id="4om2a"></input><input id="4om2a"><u id="4om2a"></u></input>
  • <nav id="4om2a"></nav>
  • <input id="4om2a"></input>
  • <nav id="4om2a"><acronym id="4om2a"></acronym></nav>
    <input id="4om2a"></input>
    <menu id="4om2a"></menu>
  • <input id="4om2a"><acronym id="4om2a"></acronym></input><input id="4om2a"><u id="4om2a"></u></input>
  • Director of Prehospital Care and Medical Transport

    Anne Rikkers

    arikkers@uwhealth.org

     

    Medical Director

    Mike Steuerwald, MD, FACEP

    mtsteuer
    @medicine.wisc.edu

     

    Arranging Emergency Transport

    (800) 472-0111

    UW Health's Med Flight program reaffirms its mission of offering comprehensive, quality health care and strengthens its role as a regional resource.

    Both UW Hospital and Clinics and American Family Children's Hospital have been certified by the American College of Surgeons as Level I Trauma Centers, one of two organizations in the state to be rated as such.

     

    Our critical care service works with physicians, hospitals and emergency services to make available life-saving critical care 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

     

    Med Flight In the News

    Visit the Critical Care Transport Store Courses and Recertification for EMS Providers
    Metro Aviation


    澳门六开彩开奖结果2020