Air Medical Transport Services
One distinct benefit of the first class air medical transport services we provide is our "personal touch," our way of saying that nothing is too much to ask. Along with the personal touch, we offer complete bedside-to-bedside services beyond the medical flights themselves, including the ground ambulance transportation that's needed to and from airports and facilities. We accept a variety of patients, including those who need the most basic level of air ambulance service, all the way up to critical care cases. Best of all, we provide medical crews who will never leave the patients' side and ensure that patients and their families receive the highest level of care possible.
- All it takes is ONE CALL, and we'll handle everything from there. CALL 1-800-550-0674.
- With our "PERSONAL TOUCH," we will take care of everything for you, exactly like a family.
- We provide FIRST-CLASS CARE that's bedside-to-bedside.
- Air Critical Care features a FULLY EQUIPPED Air Fleet, Transport Coordinators, Pilots, and Medical Professionals for medical flights.
About Franklin, MA.
The Town of Franklin is a city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. Franklin is one of fourteen Massachusetts municipalities that have applied for, and been granted, city forms of government but wish to retain "The town of” in their official names. As of 2012, the city's population was 33,092. It is home to the country's first library, with its first books donated by Benjamin Franklin. It also contains the largest Catholic parish in the Boston Archdiocese, St. Mary's Catholic church, with some 15,000 members.
Franklin was first settled by Europeans in 1660 and officially incorporated during the American Revolution. The town was formed from the western part of the town of Wrentham, and it was officially incorporated on March 2, 1778; its designated name at incorporation was to be Exeter. However, the town's citizens chose to be called Franklin in honor of the statesman Benjamin Franklin, the first municipality in the U.S. to be so named.
It was hoped that Benjamin Franklin would donate a bell for a church steeple in the town, but he donated 116 books instead, beginning a debate over who should be allowed access to these books. On November 20, 1790, it was decided that the volumes would be lent to the residents of Franklin for free via its library, which has been in operation since then. The Ray Memorial Library building was dedicated in 1904.