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Our transport vehicles include a Cessna Citation Encore+ jet*, King Air B200 critical care transport airplane*, an American Eurocopter 145 helicopter* and five ambulances. Each are equipped to transport critical care patients and feature pediatric-oriented technology. Our team of highly specialized nurses, respiratory therapists and paramedics begin giving care to your patient immediately upon our arrival to your location. Once they arrive at Cook Children's Medical Center, patients will be treated by our board certified physicians and nationally recognized nursing staff. Cook Children's Medical Center has achieved Magnet designation, which places our nurses in the top 7 percent in the nation.
The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems will conduct an accreditation site visit of: Cook Childrens Teddy Bear Transport on June 1st and June 2nd, 2015.
The purpose of the site visit will be to evaluate the program's compliance with nationally established medical transport standards. The site visit results will be used to determine whether, and the conditions under which accreditation should be awarded to the program. More information on the site visit and public interviews.
Cook Children's Teddy Bear Transport staff of 54 neonatal/pediatric nurses, respiratory therapists and paramedics is proud to have more than 400 combined years of transport experience. This team is dedicated to getting the most medically fragile children and neonates to our award-winning medical center quickly and safely.
Our level IIIC NICU is staffed with a team of neonatologists and specialists who combine expertise with the latest technology to provide the highest level of neonatal care available.
Cook Children's designated level II Trauma Center is staffed and equipped to provide comprehensive emergency medical services to patients suffering traumatic injuries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Interfacility transport, performed by a pediatric critical care specialized transport team, compared with transport by a nonspecialized team, was associated with improved survival rates and fewer unplanned events during transport, regardless of the severity of illness.1
Our latest addition to the team – a Cessna Citation Encore+ jet – can fly super fast, so we can get to those patients who are in need of very critical care, quickly. Thanks to an extremely generous donor, Cook Children's is now home to one of the most advanced transport fleets available. Our new jet is equipped with leading-edge technology and safety features including:
Wings of hope. Meet Rachel, the first patient to be transported to Cook Children's on our super high-speed mobile ICU jet. Our Teddy Bear Transport team is able to begin treatment from the moment they arrive to pick up the patient, until the child is delivered to the medical center where nationally recognized specialists are ready and waiting. Watch the news story now.
* Aircraft operated by Metro Aviation, Shreveport, Louisiana.
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