OUR CURRENT APPEAL
Together, we can save even more lives in 2021.
CareFlight and the Aboriginal Interpreter Service have teamed up to create videos explaining
how our crews are taking extra precautions to keep your community in the Top End safe.
We wish to reassure all Australians, with thanks to your support, CareFlight’s aeromedical services remain fully operational.
We are working closely and non-stop with our partners across the healthcare system as we continue to deliver our mission to save lives, speed recovery and serve the community.
For more information, please visit our COVID-19 updates page.
Here's a snapshot of how CareFlight saves lives, speeds recovery and serves the community:
We look after around
8,500 patients each year.
We bring a hospital level of
care to our patients.
We are dedicated to continuous improvement through
innovation and research.
Our aircraft and medical crews are on standby to immediately respond to life-threatening emergencies.Read More
We train doctors, nurses, paramedics and first responders.Read More
We work with the community to raise awareness of our cause and funds to support our service.Read More
As an emergency specialist at CareFlight, Dr Adam Sroor has been to some terrible accident scenes. His role means he’s been able to help many people in their time of greatest need...Read Article
On Anzac Day 2015, the CareFlight crew flew to save the life of a young mother, Laurel, who had been in a horrific car crash. Without CareFlight, she would not be here today...Read Article
Experience a unique tour of the CareFlight facilities and meet our people at our Darwin and Sydney bases...Read More
Learn all about CareFlight at your next club meeting or event. You will gain an insight into the...Read More
Come up with your own great idea to raise funds for CareFlight! Create an online fundraising page and...Read More
Again this year CareFlight MediSim is holding courses around Australia, providing high quality,...Read More