As the nation’s pediatric emergency medical services agency, the Lifestar Ambulance Gurney was established in 1989, its mission is to provide the safest, most reliable, and most cost-effective emergency medical care for all ages and needs.
Lifestars emergency medical vehicle is the first ambulance in the nation to be equipped with a “full-color” digital display, making it easy to navigate and to monitor its services and supplies, according to Lifestark.
The device is also equipped with the “first-ever” automated, on-demand dispatch system.
A recent study published in Pediatrics found that Lifestares ambulances were most likely to be used to transport the elderly, people with disabilities, people experiencing a mental health crisis, and people with substance abuse problems.
The study also found that the Lifes ambulances provided the safest and most efficient service for children and families, compared to a typical ambulance.
Lifes vehicles are also equipped to transport children in wheelchairs.
In addition, Lifes vans are designed to transport infants.
These features make Lifes the only ambulance company in the country to offer these services to the elderly.
The Lifes Ambulances are equipped with advanced technology to detect and prevent serious injury and deaths, and the company has an extensive, multidisciplinary training program.
Lifeward, Lifestard, and Lifes are all members of the Lifetraffic Insurance Association, an association of ambulances, fire, and emergency medical service providers, which provides more than $20 billion in financial benefits to families and individuals in need.