McALESTER — Steven Stanfield has joined Air Evac Lifeteam as a flight nurse for the McAlester base.

Stanfield received his nursing degree from Eastern Oklahoma State College and has been a registered nurse since 1994.

Before coming to Air Evac, Stanfield worked in the emergency department at McAlester Regional Hospital for 14 years.

"I chose to come to Air Evac because I had decided it was time for a career change," he explained. "I had enjoyed working with the Air Evac flight crew at the hospital for several years and felt it was a good opportunity to take a new career path and stay close to home."

Stanfield and his wife Elizabeth have three children. They reside in McAlester.

Air Evac Lifeteam is a membership-supported air ambulance service providing emergency health care and rapid medical transport to rural communities throughout the central U.S. The rapidly growing company currently operates 63 bases in 11 states and is the largest independently-owned air ambulance service in the United States. The McAlester base opened in June 2000.



For more information about Air Evac Lifeteam services, call 1-800-793-0010 or visit www.lifeteam.net.

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