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The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is dedicated to improving the quality of patient care and safety of the transport environment for services providing rotorwing, fixed wing and ground transport systems.
PIF Due Dates for NEW Initial Applicants
For the Summer 2016 Meeting - PIF is due March 15, 2016 (10th Edition Standards)
For the Fall 2016 Meeting - PIF due June 15, 2016 (10th Edition Standards)
For the Spring 2017 Meeting - PIF due December 15, 2016 (10th Edition Standards)
Programs that are reaccreditating, please contact the office for your specific due date.
Position Statement on States Requiring CAMTS Accreditation
CAMTS first textbook is now available. "Safety and Quality in Medical Transport Systems" Order here.
Policy and Procedure Manual Updated April 2016
Recent Changes Highlighted
Simulation Submission Process
Applying for Accreditation for the first time? Click here to learn how.
10th Edition Standards - Final
This is the most recent version of the CAMTS standards. Does NOT include the index, glossary, quick reference, references, education matrix or the Medical Escort Standards. You can buy a copy that includes all these by clicking on the "Resource Materials" tab.
Please read the preface carefully as we have renamed the Ambulance section "Surface" meaning any service but air such as ground ambulance, boat, snowmobile, all-terrain vehicles etc. The word "ambulance" within the standards refers to any of these transport vehicles unless it specifically states ground ambulances.
Medical Escort Standards Only - Final
This is a copy of just the Medical Escort Standards. If you buy a copy of the 10th Edition Standards, these will be included.
For definitions of GAMUT quality metrics listed in the 10th Edition Accreditation Standards go to: http://gamutqi.org
GAMUT is the acronym for Ground and Air Medical Quality Transport and you do not need to be a member to access the website.
In Rememberance Of
Ralph N. Rogers, MD
Emeritus Chairman of the Board
Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems