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The Future is Bright

Every four hours, someone in Maine becomes critically ill or injured. Someone like Carol Daigneault who was seriously injured in a car accident several years ago. Because she received the care she needed, Carol is able to plan for a bright future with her children and grandchildren. The swift transport and advanced critical care that LifeFlight provides is needed in Maine an average of six times a day.  Your gift means that LifeFlight’s specialized equipment and flight crew get to these patients when and where they need it, giving hope to critically ill and injured patients and their loved ones.
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Education and Training

LifeFlight of Maine is just one link in the chain of survival for critically ill and injured patients. Other links include first responders, paramedics, dispatchers, emergency room nurses and physicians, and specialists at regional healthcare centers. Every one of these links needs to be strong in order for the patient to survive. Advanced education and frequent training help maintain a strong chain of survival.
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Advanced Medical Equipment

The LifeFlight helicopters are known for transporting critical patients to the care they need quickly and safely. Though not talked about as often, the crew and equipment on board are just as important to a patient’s survival and recovery as the helicopter itself. LifeFlight relies on private donations to help fund the more than $500,000 of advanced medical equipment on board each helicopter.
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