air medical transportation

air medical transportation

The use of helicopters or fixed-wing aircraft to transport patients from the scene of an incident or local hospital to a regional trauma or specialty care center.
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Securisyn Medical intends to use its lifesaving technology to fill an unmet need of civilian and military healthcare facilities globally that deliver care to mechanically ventilated patients in critical care areas, such as intensive care units (ICU), operating rooms (OR), emergency departments (ED), and ground and air medical transportation units.
As a leader in air medical transportation, Angel MedFlight is proud to partner with Amazon Web Services on its custom iPad medical charting application, MedLog2.
Other concerns include the company's high fixed cost structure, its sizable customer concentration, overcapacity of aircraft, customers' ability to terminate contracts without penalty, and potential healthcare related legal and regulatory risks that affect the air medical transportation industry.
From January 2010 to December 2016, a total of 29 patients with SAP were transferred by air medical transportation to our SAP treatment center.
21 April 2017 - US private equity firm American Securities LLC has closed the acquisition of US-based air medical transportation and air tourism company Air Methods Corp, the firm said.
Air Methods Corporation provides air medical transportation. The company's fleet of owned, leased or maintained aircraft features approximately 500 helicopters and fixed wing aircraft.
Tom Pandola is a leadership consultant and director of communications for an air medical transportation company.
Air Methods Corporation (AIRM), the global leader in air medical transportation, provided an update on fourth quarter results and January 2014 flight volumes.
As rural as Mississippi is in general air medical transportation can be a big benefit," said Josh Wenzel, administrative director of patient placement and transportation for North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo.
The idea is to provide non-emergency air medical transportation and patient care to those needing a lift home, perhaps after being injured or becoming ill while on vacation in Alaska, Canada or Mexico, or those needing medical care between facilities in different states.
The 1K,5K and 10K run benefited Angel Flight, a nonprofit air medical transportation organization servicing needy people, and Addison Midway Rotary Service.