Life is always exciting for the LifeLine medical team at Indiana University Health.
LifeLine service transports critically ill patients quickly and safely to where they need to be so they can receive the most advanced care. Our team of expert physicians, nurses and emergency care professionals must be ready to go on a moment’s notice and prepared to deal with all levels of patient care.
As the only hospital-based transport system affiliated with two Level I trauma hospitals, LifeLine service puts your safety first. Utilizing cutting edge transport equipment, including advanced helicopter and ground ambulance, the LifeLine medical team provides intensive transport care when you need it most—24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When life is at stake, you want access to the most advanced equipment and emergency personnel. Our medical helicopter is more advanced and provides more space than any other emergency care helicopter in the state. A larger cabin means we can transport additional crewmembers with specialized training specific to the patients critical care needs. That translates to better, faster care when it really matters.
LifeLine medical team’s unique skills and technologies are now available for High Risk Obstetrics transports, delivering specialized care for both mother and baby. This means, in addition to the LifeLine core crew, a specialized crew member from labor and delivery nurse (OB RN) or a neonatal pediatric specialist (NPS) will be on board during high-risk obstetric and neonatal transports.
LifeLine is your link to the best possible care. For more information on both air and ground transfers, please visit the LifeLine webpage.