Medical transportation from facility to facility may be necessary in the right circumstances to offer a patient advanced medical care. Each patient is unique; however, our goal is to make transfer to Kalispell Regional Medical Center easier and faster, so patients get the care they need, as soon as possible. Our emergency A.L.E.R.T. services
support maternal transports and other critical care transfers.
Common Reasons for Maternal Transport
- Preterm labor
- Premature rupture of membranes
- Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy
- Insulin-dependent or gestational diabetes
- Vaginal bleeding
- Maternal medical complications
- Maternal obesity
- Multiple gestations
- Congenital abnormalities
- Anticipated neonatal intensive care for 22 weeks and greater gestations
How It Works
If you are interested in a maternal transport or consult, contact our transfer center at (844) 378-8701.
After providing a brief history you will be connected with one of our maternal fetal medicine physicians. Once transport is accepted, our maternal transport team will prepare for transport. Once en route, they will call with an estimated time of arrival.
After arrival, our team will introduce themselves, ask for a brief report and meet with the mom, family and providers to discuss a plan of care. Our maternal-fetal medicine physicians oversee all maternal transport activities.
Other Critical Care Services