Many patients travel to the Myeloma Institute from across the U.S. and around the world. Our staff is available to assist you as needed and help make your journey as easy as possible.
If you live outside the U.S., please be sure to visit the UAMS Department of Special Services International Division: http://uamshealth.com/patientsandguests/internationalpatients/departmentofspecialservices2/
Little Rock Airport
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport is Arkansas’s largest commercial service airport, with nearly 2.2 million passengers annually. Also known as Adams Field, Little Rock’s airport hosts six airlines with dozens of daily departures and nonstop service to 16 cities.
For information about Little Rock’s Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, please visit the airport’s Web site.
Airport Special Assistance Program
Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport operates the Airport Special Assistance Program to help passengers arriving from out of state or out of the country. Upon request, airport personnel will greet arriving patients and assist with baggage and transportation. Translation services can also be provided. Myeloma Institute patients and caregivers who would like to utilize this service should contact the Myeloma Institute New Patient Intake Office at 888-693-5662 prior to their scheduled arrival (please have flight information available when you call). Link to: http://www.fly-lit.com/airport-guide/volunteers
Special Flights for Cancer Patients
Some organizations and airlines offer discounted and, in certain cases, free tickets to cancer patients. The following list is not meant to endorse any particular agency, and eligibility qualifications vary from one company to another.
Corporate Angel Network
National Patient Travel Center
Mercy Medical Airlift
Ground Transportation and More
To learn more about transportation to and within Little Rock, click here.
Private Air Transportation
For information about private air transportation, contact Central Flying Service: http://www.central.aero/#today