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Patient AirLift Services (PALS)
120 Adams Boulevard
Farmingdale, NY 11735
The Patient AirLift Services (PALS) is a voluntary organization whose mission is to arrange free air transportation based on need to individuals requiring medical care and for other humanitarian purposes. PALS has a network of volunteer pilots who provide this service without reimbursement or compensation using their own or rented aircraft. In no case are fees of any kind charged for these services. Generally the individuals who utilize their services have limited financial resources or are receiving diagnosis, treatment or follow-up for various types of acute or chronic illnesses or conditions that make it either financially impossible or otherwise infeasible to use public commercial or private charter transportation.
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