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Media Releases from July 2013 Meeting
“The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that Phoenix Air Group, Inc., a fixed wing transport service, was awarded reaccreditation on July 31, 2013. Phoenix Air Group provides highly skilled physician/flight nurse/paramedic teams to care for adult and pediatric patients. Phoenix air owns, operates and maintains an air ambulance fleet of three Learjet 36, three Learjet 35 and two Gulfstream III aircraft.”

“The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that Arizona LifeLine, a rotorwing transport service, was awarded reaccreditation on July 31, 2013. Arizona LifeLine provides highly skilled flight nurse/ paramedic teams to care for adult, pediatric and high-risk maternal patients. Arizona LifeLine, a Med-Trans Corp. service operates and maintains the fleet of three Bell-407 aircraft based in Tucson, Douglas and Nogales Arizona.”

 “The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that Air Link, a rotorwing transport service, was awarded reaccreditation on July 31, 2013. Air Link provides highly skilled flight nurse/paramedic teams to care for adult and pediatric patients. Med-Trans operates and maintains the fleet of one Bell 407 helicopter.”

“The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that Air Rescue Africa, a fixed wing transport service, was awarded reaccreditation on July 31, 2013. Air Rescue Africa provides highly skilled flight doctor & nurse/paramedic teams to care for adult, pediatric and neonatal patients. Air Rescue Africa of Johannesburg, South Africa operates and maintains the fleet of two Lear Jet 35A's and one Falcon 10 airplane.”

“The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that AeroMed Spectrum Health, a rotorwing transport service, was awarded reaccreditation on July 31, 2013. AeroMed Spectrum Health provides highly skilled flight nurse/flight physician teams to care for adult, pediatric and neonatal patients. Aero Med Spectrum Health of Grand Rapids, MI operates and maintains the fleet of 2 Sikorsky helicopters.”

“The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that AeroCare Medical Transport, a fixed wing transport service, was awarded reaccreditation on July 31, 2013. AeroCare Medical Transport provides highly skilled flight nurse/paramedic teams to care for adult and pediatric patients. AeroCare Medical Transport operates and maintains the fleet of five King Air, one Lear jet, two Cessna Conquest and one Citation Ultra.” 

 “The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that Cox Air Care, a rotorwing transport service, was awarded reaccreditation on July 31, 2013. Cox Air Care provides highly skilled flight nurse/paramedic teams to care for adult and pediatric patients. Cox Air Care of Springfield, Missouri operates and maintains the fleet of one MD 902 helicopter.”

“The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that Aviation One Medical Transport Services, a medical transport company specializing in Commercial Medical Escorts and Chartered Medical Transport Missions was awarded accreditation on July 31st, 2013. Aviation One is headquartered in Central Florida and provides worldwide service with a team of highly skilled, dedicated critical care flight nurses, paramedics and physicians committed to excellence when it comes to providing comfort, care and compassion for patients, their families and other clients requesting service in both urgent and non- urgent transports and relocations”.

 “The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that St. Vincent Newborn & Pediatric Transport, a ground transport service, was awarded accreditation on July 31, 2013. St. Vincent Newborn & Pediatric Transport provides highly skilled nurses/respiratory therapist/and EMT teams to care for neonatal and pediatric patients. St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital operates and maintains the fleet of Type III ground vehicles.”

 “The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems is proud to announce that Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance, a critical care, rotor wing transport service, was awarded reaccreditation on July 31, 2013. Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance provides highly skilled nurse/paramedic teams to care for trauma, cardiac, neurological, medical, obstetric and pediatric patients. Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance of Norfolk, VA operates and maintains one EC 145 aircraft."