Critical Care Transport (CCT)
Critical Care Transport (CCT) is a hospital based, inter-facility transport program for critically ill patients in the United States and worldwide that require transport from one medical facility to another. CCT has been providing medical transports for over 25 years and has transported over 34,000 patients. CCT is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS).
- Registered Nurse
- Respiratory Therapist
- Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (neonatal transports)
- Physician (if needed)
- Emergency Medical Technicians/Drivers
The 500mph Ambulance: UAB's Critical Care Transport Jet
During a vacation in Panama City, Florida, Ashley Hagood suddenly became sick. Local doctors discovered a large mass on her liver had ruptured. She was bleeding internally and needed immediate medical attention from surgeons at UAB Hospital - 235 miles away. Discover how a unique program at UAB was able to save Ashley's life.