Which Hospital Systems have their own Part 135 Certificates for FW and RW?
From what I understand they are owned by a consortium of hospitals in the NW. Currently OHSU, Legacy Health, Providence Health and Services, and St Alphonsus. They have 29 helicopters(21 Leonardo AW119Kx Koalas, 7 Airbus EC135s, and one Leonardo AW109E), 8 Pilatus PC12 NG, and one CJ4. They are the largest not for profit Air Ambulance company in the US.Sanford runs King Air 200's with 2 pilot crews. Operations are conducted under Part 135. What about Life Flight Network? Aren't they owned by the hospital in Spokane?
AveraThere’s another hospital system in the Dakotas besides Sanford with their own King Airs I believe.MMayo Clinic has two KA350s though their pilot pay is pretty embarrassing. Texas Children’s has or had a old Citation of some sort.
I think most have gone to using Methods or similar for the expertise/cost benefits/backup aircraft.