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Airlife West Georgia Regional Airport


AirLife Eurocopter AS 350 B2
Credit: Photo taken by Chad at georgiafiretrucks@gmail.com

AirLife Georgia, in partnership with Emory Healthcare, provides medical transportation service to transfer critically ill patients to an Emory facility. AirLife Georgia operates six helicopters to effectively cover the majority of Georgia as well as parts of Alabama, North Carolina, and South Carolina. By serving the state with multiple strategically placed helicopters, they are improving the odds in the race against time for the Interventional Cardiology and Neurology patients as well as those patients who meet “Golden Hour” criteria with traumatic injuries.

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