Air EMS, Inc. (Air EMS), a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), proudly announced today that the company has been awarded conditional accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) for its fixed-wing air ambulance and medical escort services.
“Air EMS is honored to be accredited through CAMTS for medical escort and fixed-wing air ambulance transport at the Emergency Critical Care level. I could not be more proud of our team,” stated Air EMS President and Program Director, Angela Hall. Air EMS, in conjunction with its aviation operators, Jet Logistics and Flight Concepts, provide fixed-wing air ambulance transport to clients within the continental U.S. and worldwide utilizing a diverse fleet of aircraft including one of the industries only Hawker 800A’s for ultra long haul transports, in addition to Learjet 35/36 and others.
CAMTS is an association of 21 non-profit organizations dedicated to improving the safety and quality of medical transport services through voluntary accreditation. To become accredited, a transport program must demonstrate compliance with numerous accreditation standards spanning the areas of patient care, aviation, training/education, communications and safety. Christi Brewer, Air EMS Communication Supervisor stated, “We believe this accreditation speaks to our companies’ dedication to quality and safety. We look forward to growing the program while maintaining the highest standards.”
About Air EMS. Air EMS is dedicated to providing safe, professional and timely patient care, transportation and medical support services to clients worldwide as a licensed provider of domestic and international air ambulance services. SDVOSB, VOSB, WOSB, HUBZone. To learn more about Air EMS, visit www.airems.us.
About CAMTS. The CAMTS Mission Statement: “CAMTS is a peer review organization dedicated to improving patient care and transport safety by providing a dynamic accreditation process through the development of standards, education, and services that support our vision.” To learn more, visit www.camts.org.