CAMTS, April 25, 2018 - The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) proudly awarded new accreditation to one medical transport service and renewed reaccreditation for 14 additional services at the CAMTS April 2018 board meeting in San Antonio, Texas.
Stanford Life Flight, a rotorwing service in Stanford, California, was awarded CAMTS full accreditation for the first time.
“CAMTS is pleased to welcome Stanford Life Flight and extend hearty congratulations to our reaccredited services,” said CAMTS Executive Director Eileen Frazer. “The safety and quality of care patients receive is a direct result of a service provider’s dedication to safety principles and practices. By receiving CAMTS accreditation, medical transport services highlight their commitment to these ideals as well as the safe and quality care of every patient.”
In addition to a newly accredited service, CAMTS awarded the following companies with reaccreditation:
Air Care & Mobile Care, operating a rotor wing, ground critical care, ground advanced life support and basic life support service in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Air EMS, operating a fixed wing and medical escort service in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Cal-Ore Life Flight, LLC, operating a fixed wing service in Brookings, Oregon.
CareFlite, operating a rotorwing and fixed wing service in Dallas, Texas.
Christiana LifeNet, operating a rotor wing service in Newark, Deleware.
Guardian Air Transport, operating a rotor wing and fixed wing service in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Life Fight of Michigan, operating a rotor wing service in Troy, Michigan.
MedSTAR, operating a rotor wing, ground critical care, ground advanced life support and basic life support service in Washington, D.C.
Memorial Hermann Life Flight, operating a rotor wing and fixed wing service in Houston, Texas.
Mercy Health Life Flight Network, operating a rotor wing and ground critical care service in Toledo, Ohio.
Mercy Life Line, operating a rotor wing service in Springfield, Missouri
ProMedica Transport Network, operating a rotor wing service in Toledo, Ohio.
REACT, operating a rotor wing service in Rockford, Illinois.
Vidant EastCare, operating a rotor wing and ground critical care service in Greenville, North Carolina.
The next CAMTS Board Meeting will take place in Munich, Germany, in July at ADAC headquarters, Germany’s largest rotor wing service. The meeting will include a joint meeting with CAMTS’s international arm, CAMTS EU, to deliberate on a dual accreditation applicant. The CAMTS board will deliberate on the 28 site surveys conducted over the May to June time frame. CAMTS EU will hold its annual face-to-face board meeting.
About CAMTS: The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) 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. To achieve accreditation by CAMTS, medical transport programs must adhere to CAMTS's standards, developed and continually improved by a board of highly skilled and experienced medical and medical transportation professionals. Adherence to these standards, which are above and beyond regulatory requirements, are audited every three years to assure program compliance to remain accredited by CAMTS. Nearly 200 services have achieved CAMTS accreditation.