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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 Initial Applicants
For the October 2013 Meeting - PIF due June 15, 2013
For the March 2014 Meeting - PIF due December 15, 2013
For the July 2014 Meeting - PIF is due March 15, 2014
Programs that are reaccreditating, please contact the office for your specific due date.
Featured Program - Rescue Nurse International, LLC
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 October 2013
Rescue Nurse International (RNI) is the first medical service, solely dedicated to the commercial medical transport of patients, to obtain full CAMTS accreditation.
Founded in 2008 with the mission to “…assure each patient be accompanied by a compassionate, highly qualified, and competent nurse to bring them safely home.”
RNI continues to extend its worldwide reach, touching the lives of hundreds of patients around the globe. With nurses based coast-to-coast, RNI provides competitive prices and rapid response for patients and clients in need.
As part of its organizations goals, RNI continually strives to develop and maintain policies and procedures that ensure quality patient care and safety for all those associated with each and every transport.
Administrative team at a UStiA conference in March, 2012
From left to right: Rafael Meade, DOO, Gail Kemp, RN, Clinical Coordinator, Gabrielle Bartusiak, RN, CEO, Dr. Richard Linsky, Medical Director