Carilion Clinic Life-Guard Crew Members Shed Pounds for Patients

Its a fact that all air ambulances have to deal with - helicopters have to follow strict weight limits in order to fly safely. Because of this, the Carilion Life-Guard flight crews took an extra step on behalf of their patients. They started a collective weight-loss program and have all shed pounds in order to increase their capacity to transport patients. That is a truely personal committment to excellent patient care! Fortunately it rarely happens, but if a patient is too heavy to fly, Carilion Clinic Patient Transportation has a fleet of advanced life support ambulances for ground transport. Learn more in this story by WSET's Angela Hatcher

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