A Pro Stock driver was LifeFlighted to Maine Medical Center in Portland following a crash at the Wiscasset Speedway on Sunday, Sept. 4, 2022 according to a post on the Wiscasset Speedway LLC Facebook page.
LifeFlight of Maine is getting ready to celebrate 25 years in 2023. They recently received a key donation that will help them continue to provide the best care to Mainers.
“We’re soon to transport our 35,000 patient,” said Chief Operating Officer, Chuck Hogan. LifeFlight of Maine, the state’s only emergency air ambulance service, is there for Mainers in their worst times.
(MaineBiz) BAR HARBOR — Just weeks after opening three training centers for its airborne first responders, LifeFlight of Maine can now further expand its capabilities through a $1 million gift that will buy specialized medical equipment. The LifeFlight Foundation received the gift to establish its first named, endowed fund, from the Cornelia Cogswell Rossi Foundation. The equipment […]
Ali Simonds of Belfast is known as ‘Maine Lakes Mermaid.’
This month she’s attempting to swim a mile in a different lake or pond every day for 31 days as part of the Cross for LifeFlight – a statewide, self-led fundraiser sponsored by LifeFlight of Maine.
The lab comes with a human manikin that breathes, talks, and shows lifelike medical symptoms and conditions. (NewsCenter) BANGOR, Maine — LifeFlight of Maine has opened a new simulation training lab in Bangor, helping first responders better prepare for situations they encounter in the field. The new lab comes with a human manikin that can breath, talk, […]
The nonprofit recently opened high-tech simulation labs in Sanford, Lewiston and Bangor to give crew members the ability to train in hyperrealistic scenarios and receive real-time feedback on their work.
When the call for help goes out, LifeFlight of Maine answers. But when they’re not saving lives all across the Pine Tree State, they’re keeping their skills sharp at the all-new simulation and learning lab.
LifeFlight, Maine’s only emergency air ambulance provider and a key lifesaving asset for islands and other remote communities across the state, has taken direct control of its aviation operations. The move frees the nonprofit from an aviation services contractor now owned by a venture capital firm that has become notorious for charging patients and their insurers about twice as much as hospital- or nonprofit-owned rivals.
A five-month-old has been taken by LifeFlight to Maine Medical Center in Portland after sustaining serious injuries in a car crash in New Sharon, according to Maine State Police.
The girls were snowmobiling on a family property off Millay Hill Road when they lost control of their 1988 Ski-Doo and crashed into trees, the Maine Warden Service said. Neither girl was wearing a helmet. The girls were taken to Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington, then flown by LifeFlight to Maine Medical Center in Portland with head, chest and back trauma, officials said.