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The economics of air ambulances are multifaceted, encompassing a spectrum of expenses ranging from aircraft acquisition and maintenance to personnel and operational costs. We take a look.
Air ambulance industry offers exciting career options to people who are passionate about saving lives. In this guide, we offer brief explanation of the most common career options in the industry.

What You Need to Know about IS-BAO Accreditation for Air Ambulance Specialists

When it comes to accreditations for an air ambulance company, CAMTS certification is one of the most popularly known. Big names in the industry...

Ultimate Air Ambulance Guide: Everything you Need to Know!

1. Understanding Bed to Bed Air Ambulance Services The goal of bed to bed air ambulance service is to maintain the continuity of care. Here...

Things to Know Before Availing Air Ambulance Service

From carrying the elderly who find it tough to get through the security precautions of commercial flights to carrying critical patients, an air ambulance...

REVA Air Ambulance Receives Prestigious Award from City of Fort Lauderdale Florida

REVA Air Ambulance has announce that they were awarded Fort Lauderdale’s Achievements in Community Excellence (ACE) award, for superior efforts to Fort Lauderdale  Executive...

REVA Air Ambulance and Medical Flights Company Accredited by NAAMTA

REVA Air Ambulance and Medical Flights Company Accredited by NAAMTA. Following a comprehensive audit of its medical techniques and facilities, REVA air ambulance company is now...

Air Ambulance Cost and Cost – Effectiveness

Maintaining the resources necessary to respond with an air ambulance to an emergency is a complex and costly undertaking, much like that of fire departments and hospital emergency departments.

History of Air Medical and Air Ambulance Services in the United States

In 1926, the United States Army Air Corps used a converted airplane to transport patients from Nicaragua to an Army hospital in Panama, 150...

Medical Flight Industry Overview by AAMS

It is estimated that there are around 400,000 helicopter EMS missions flown each year. There are an additional 100,000 – 150,000 fixed wing medical...

Air Ambulance and Medical Flights – The Trauma System

The “Golden Hour” concept provides that along the route to the surgeon’s knife in that first hour, a patient should benefit from an organized EMS system which provides increasingly advanced care.

Air Ambulance Medicine: Accessing the Future of Health Care

The use of air medical services (AMS) has become an essential component of the health care system. Appropriately used air medical critical care transport saves lives and reduces the cost of health care.

Air Ambulance Safety by AMS

From 1972 through September, 2002, when HEMS safety research by Dr. Ira Blumen of the University of Chicago Aeromedical Network (UCAN) was completed, HEMS...

The Effects of Altitude

http://www.usairambulance.net/effects-of-altitude.php   The Effects of Altitude Even in pressurized aircraft, the air medical environment presents unique stresses on our patients. These stresses include immobility, noise, motion, vibration,...

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