CAMTS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality and safety of medical transport services.
We are proud of the CAMTS accreditation and the recognition of our service," said Brooks Wall, Aeromed's director of operations.
During his tenure, he successfully led the program's effort to achieve CAMTS
(Commission on the Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems) accreditation.
About the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS
is an independent organization dedicated to improving the quality and safety of medical transport services.
The CAMTS accreditation serves as a "marker of excellence" in the eyes of state and federal regulatory bodies.
CAMTS is a non-profit organization whose main goal is preserving safety and quality in the air medical industry.
Serving the community since 1979, CareFlite, the only nonprofit and CAMTS
accredited, full-service medical transportation provider in North Central Texas, provides emergency medical helicopter transport to more than 100 counties within a 150-mile radius of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and fixed wing air ambulance service nationwide.
Weivoda joins Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance Services, LLC as a former leading manager of Air Evac Services (a medical entity of Petroleum Helicopters Incorporated) where she spent over three years guiding the general direction of their air medical base operations and educational activities in order to meet the CAMTS
standards of accreditation, in addition to many of the principal public relations events.
We are honored to be among those bearing the accreditation title from the CAMTS
," noted Lee McCammon, vice president-Western Region for Omniflight.
certified for international air ambulance services.
noted three areas of excellence for Mayo One: medical education for staff, quality equipment and facilities, and excellent communications among staff.
Our company and its personnel voluntarily underwent the intense audit by CAMTS
as a way of documenting the high level of patient care we offer in air medical and ground transports," said Tom Smith, Director of Air Evac Services, Inc.