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    NEWS | Hackensack UMC State of New Jersey

    CAMTS Reaccreditation for Hackensack Meridian’s AirMed

    AirMed, the air ambulance service of New Jersey not-for-profit Hackensack Meridian Health earns CAMTS reaccreditation. Accredited since 2015, nowadays flies two EC135 helicopters, AirMed-One and Two, operated by Air Methods

    * Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) demonstrates the organization commitment to quality, excellence and safety


    CAMTS Reaccreditation for Hackensack Meridian’s AirMed

    Hackensack UMC, September 02, 2022 - Hackensack Meridian Hackensack University Medical Center’s helicopter transport service, AirMed, earned full reaccreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) shortly after celebrating its 10-year anniversary of providing emergency air medical service to the region’s communities.

    In operation since 2012, AirMed provides lifesaving emergency air medical transportation 24/7, 365 days a year to communities across New Jersey and southern New York state. The program earned its first CAMTS certification — one of the most prestigious accreditations in the industry — in 2015.

    Since AirMed One took its first service flight, the program took off and has grown over the years, adding a second helicopter, AirMed Two, in May of 2019, based in Brick Township.

    To earn the CAMTS certification, critical care transport programs must meet or exceed all standards for program administration, patient care and safety. Programs are evaluated during a two-day, on-site inspection and through a comprehensive document review.

    The AirMed team includes dedicated flight nurses, flight paramedics, pilots and mechanics. Since its first flight in 2012, the team has logged 3,326 patient care missions — including 609 patient transports in 2021 alone.

    “CAMTS accreditation demonstrates our commitment to quality, excellence and safety, and we are proud to receive this recognition,” said Joe Solda, chief flight nurse, AirMed. “We want people in the communities we serve to trust that they will receive the highest level of care if they need our services in an emergency situation.”

    Hackensack University Medical Center operates AirMed One and AirMed Two in partnership with Air Methods Corporation.

    This article is listed in :
    List of Air Medical Ambulance Services
    Hackensack UMC State of New Jersey
    Eurocopter EC135 in Air Methods


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