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N311LF

N311LF - Life Flight 1 from the Geisinger Health System in Danville. Life Flight operates 3 helicopters 24 hours per day. Life Flight started operations in 1981. Photo by Alec Buck. Added 05/04/2003.


N322LF

N322LF - Life Flight 2 from the Geisinger Health System is based at St. College. Life Flight just placed this S76A++ in service in February, 2003. Life Flight's crew is usually pilot, nurse and paramedic. The program vendor is Keystone Helicopters. Thanks to the crew for the photo. Added 03/08/2003.


N333LF

N333LF - Life Flight 3 (with a new paint job and registration - old N121LF) from the Geisinger Health System is based at the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre airport. Life Flight 3 started operations in July, 2001. Life Flight missions consist of scene calls, interfacilty transports and neonatal transports. Photo by Alec Buck. Added 05/04/2003.




N911LV

N911LV - Lehigh Valley Hospitals MedEvac 1 is based at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown. University MedEvac is a joint air medical program operated by by Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown and Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia. Flight operations started in Allentown in 1981 and joint operations started in 1987. Photo by Alec Buck. Added 06/17/2001.


N116MB

N116MB - Lehigh Valley Hospitals MedEvac 2 is based at the Stroudsburg-Pocono Airport. MedEvac started operating from this base in May, 2000. University medEvac flies with a crew of Pilot, Nurse and Medic. The vendor is Keystone Helicopters. Thanks to Flight Nurse Mike Wargo. Added 06/11/2002.


N886AH

N886AH - MedEvac 3 from Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia. Aircraft is actually based at Pottstown-Limerick Airport. N886AH is shown here at the American Helicopter Museum during Rotorfest 2002. Photo by Alec Buck. Added 10/23/2002.


N7062J

N7062J - Lehigh Valley Hospitals MedEvac 4 is based at the Reading Airport. MedEvac 4 started operations in early 2002. Thanks to Flight Nurse Mike Wargo. Added 10/04/2003.


N95SR

N95SR - MedEvac 5 is based at Doylestown Hospital in Bucks County and is staffed by Hahnemann University Hospital. MedEvac 5 started operations in May, 2003. This BO105 was previously in service with the New York State Police. Thanks to Stacy Howell. Added 05/09/2003.




N522ME

N522ME - STAT MedEvac from the Center for Emergency Medicine of Western, PA. This EC135 is STAT MedEvac 1 and is based in Washington County. Thanks to David Webb, STAT MedEvac Transport Coordinator. Added 06/11/2002.


N511ME

N511ME - STAT MedEvac 2 is based in Westmoreland County. Along with STAT MedEvac 2 is Stat MedEvac 9. Photo was taken at Allegheny County Airport in the winter of 2002. Thanks to David Webb, STAT MedEvac Transport Coordinator. Added 06/11/2002.


N554ME

N554ME - STAT MedEvac 3 is based in Butler County. Thanks to David Webb, STAT MedEvac Transport Coordinator. Added 06/11/2002.


N955ME

N955ME - STAT MedEvac 4 is based in Allegheny County. Thanks to David Webb, STAT MedEvac Transport Coordinator. Added 02/05/2003.


N575ME

N575ME - STAT MedEvac 5 is based in Fayette County. Thanks to David Webb, STAT MedEvac Transport Coordinator. Added 02/05/2003.


N915ME

N915ME - STAT MedEvac 6 from The Center for Emergency Medicine of Western, PA. This aircraft is based in Clarion County. Thanks to David Webb, STAT MedEvac Transport Coordinator. Added 02/05/2003.


N553ME

N553ME - STAT MedEvac 7 from The Center for Emergency Medicine of Western, PA. This aircraft is based in Greenville. Crew is pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to Steven Melvin. Added 03/09/2002.


N430Q

N430Q - STAT MedEvac 9 is based in Clearfield and entered service in early 2002. This Bell 430 set the helicopter around the world speed record in 1996. Thanks to David Webb, STAT MedEvac Transport Coordinator. Added 05/22/2002.


N945ME

N945ME - STAT MedEvac 11 started operations in the fall of 2001 and is based at the Altoona Hospital. N945ME was based in Clearfield before moving to Altoona. Thanks to Stephen Marcus, Pilot. Added 09/25/2002.


N117LG

N117LG - STAT MedEvac 13 is based at the York Airport in Thomasville. They started operations in January, 2003. Crew is Pilot, Nurse and Medic. STAT MedEvac will serve a 60 mile radius. Thanks to Kevin T. Sur for the photo. Added 01/11/2003.


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STAT MedEvac 15 is based in Sayre at Guthrie's Robert Packer Hospital. STAT 15 started operations on July, 1, 2003. Crew is Pilot, Nurse and Medic.


N300CP

N300CP - STAT MedEvac back up helicopter is shown here at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville in October, 2002. N300CP was in service as STAT MedEvac 9 when the photo was taken. Photo taken by Roger Buck. Added 10/12/2002.




N764LF

N764LF - Life Flight from Allegheny General Hospital. LifeFlight operates four MD900's and one S76 from five bases in Western Pennsylvania. This S76A is shown in the new green/white color scheme and is based in Butler. Thanks to Christopher Negley and Kirby Decroo, Jr. for the use of the photo. Added 06/03/2001.


N764LF

N764LF - Here is Allegheny General Hospital LifeFlight's S76 with the old blue/red paint scheme. Thanks to LifeFlight for the use of the photo. Added 03/19/2000.


N903LF

N903LF - LifeFlight 3 from Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. Life Flight 3 is remote based in Indiana, PA. Photo by Roger Buck, taken at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA. Added 04/21/2002.


N904LF

N904LF - LifeFlight from Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. LifeFlight serves a 130 mile radius of Pittsburgh. Thanks to Terry Shephard. Added 08/30/2003.


N905LF

N905LF - LifeFlight from Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. LifeFlight started in 1978 and has completed over 30,000 missions. LifeFlight's MD900 Explorer's have IFR capability and can fly at speeds of 155 mph. This MD900 is shown here with the new color scheme. Thanks to Kirby Decroo, Jr. Added 02/02/2002.


N905LF

N905LF - LifeFlight from Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. Here is another photo of N905LF showing the tail section. Thanks to Kirby Decroo, Jr. Added 02/02/2002.




N7YL

N7YL - Life Star from Erie is operated by EmegyCare as a joint venture of Saint Vincent Health System and Hamot Health Foundation. Life Star started operations in 1986 and transitioned from a BK117 to this Agusta in December, 2001. Thanks to Don Erbin, Jr. for the photo. Added 12/23/2001.


N967LS

N967LS - Life Star back up helicopter. This was Life Star's primary helicopter before being replaced with the Agusta in the above photo. Thanks to Kevin T. Sur. Added 11/01/2002.




N117UP

N117UP - PENNSTAR 1 from the University of Pennsylvania Health System in Philadelphia. PENNSTAR operates two BK117 and one Agusta A109 Power. PENNSTAR 1 is based at Wings Field in Blue Bell. Thanks to Curt Fargo. Added 11/01/2002.


N213AE

N213AE - PENNSTAR 2 is based at the Brandywine Airport in West Chester. PENNSTAR started the program in September, 1988. The second BK117 was added in 1996. Thanks to Curt Fargo. Added 11/01/2002.


N109UP

N109UP - PENNSTAR 3 is based at Lehigh Valley International Airport and serves the Lehigh Valley and the Poconos. This Agusta A109 Power was added to the PENNSTAR fleet in March, 2000. Thanks to John Buckwalter, Flight Nurse. Added 03/30/2000.




N7062X

N7062X - Sky FlightCare from The Brandywine Hospital and Trauma Center in Coatesville. Sky FlightCare started operations in 1983 and uses a BO105 helicopter. This photo was taken on the rooftop of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia by Paramedic Ron Lockwood. Added 01/12/2003.




N911CH

N911CH - Conemaugh's MEDSTAR 1 is based in Somerset. They also have another BK117 based in Altoona (see photo below). MEDSTAR serves southwestern and central Pennsylvania. In this photo they were drying out a flag before it was sent to NYC. Thanks to Flight Nurse Geoff Shank. Added 11/27/2001.


N526MB

N526MB - Conemaugh's MEDSTAR 2 is based at Bon Secours-Holy Family Hospital in Altoona. MEDSTAR started operations in June, 1998. The vendor is Keystone Helicopters. Photo by Roger Buck. Added 11/27/2001.




N896LL

N896LL - Life Lion from the PennState Hershey Medical Center. Life Lion operates two Dauphin Helicopters. One helicopter is based at Hershey Medical Center and operates 24 hours per day. The second is based at the Gettysburg Airport and operates 12 hours per day. Thanks to Jim Davey. Added 08/17/2002.


N600LL

N600LL - Life Lion from the PennState Hershey Medical Center. Crew is Pilot, Nurse and Medic. The vendor is Keystone Helicopters. Photo by Alec Buck. Added 07/04/2002.




N378LF

N378LF - Keystone Helicopters uses this BK117 as a back up helicopter. When this photo was taken it was in service with Geisinger Life Flight. Photo by Roger Buck. Added 04/15/2002.


N271

N271 - Keystone Helicopters uses this BK117 as a back up helicopter. Before becoming part of Keystone's back up fleet it was in service with Boston MedFlight. In this photo, taken on 11/15/2002, it is being readied to enter service with Geisinger Life Flight. Photo by Roger Buck. Added 11/15/2002.


N532KH

N532KH - Keystone Helicopters uses this BK117 as a back up helicopter. In this photo it was being used as University Hospital's MedEvac 4 in Reading. Thanks to Flight Nurse Mike Wargo. Added 06/11/2002.


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