May 18, 2023

Denver, CO – AirLife Denver, HealthONE’s medical transport service, has moved to a new home base at North Suburban Medical Center (NSMC).  The move allows AirLife's adult, pediatric and neonatal teams to function immediately for patients in the multi-state service region.

As the emergency medical and critical care transport service of the HealthONE healthcare system, AirLife provides air and ground service for adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients. NSMC’s Level II trauma status will complement the AirLife home base so that clinical teams will continue providing complex, high-quality care for the community. 

The move comes as AirLife celebrates 40 years of service to Colorado and the region and as the north metro area continues to grow rapidly with an increasing need for emergent access to patients requiring a higher level of healthcare. North Suburban’s strategic location adjacent to I-25 puts them in a position to deliver quality emergency medical and critical care services to the area. 

The AirLife team will also provide North Suburban's clinical teams with additional support for complex patients, and North Suburban will ensure AirLife’s enhanced clinical procedural capabilities are readily available.

AirLife will maintain a presence with their helicopters at HealthONE’s Sky Ridge Medical Center and several rural locations; with their two fixed wing airplanes at Centennial Airport; and with ground ambulances at Swedish Medical Center and now, North Suburban.