Berry Aviation Renews NAAMTA Global Medical Transport Accreditation
San Marcos, TX – 29 August 2019 – Berry Aviation, Inc., a partner, and provider of safe, innovative, and reliable support services to the United States Department of Defense and other Non-defense agencies, enhances services through renewing their NAAMTA Global Medical Transport Accreditation.
Life Flight Network Achieves NAAMTA Medical Transport Accreditation
Aurora, OR –9 August 2019 – Life Flight Network, the largest not-for-profit air medical transport service in the United States, has been awarded accreditation renewal by the National Accreditation Alliance of Medical Transport Applications (NAAMTA) for its ground, fixed-wing, and rotor-wing medical transport services. As part of the accreditation process, NAAMTA conducted a comprehensive evaluation of Life Flight Network’s policies and practices related to patient care and safety. Life Flight Network has maintained NAAMTA accreditation since 2016.
Roylen Griffin, Executive Director at NAAMTA Global stated: “We are proud to have Life Flight Network as an ongoing and active member of the NAAMTA Alliance. The dedication and time involved in this process show Life Flight Network’s determination to excel in quality patient care and transport safety.”
NAAMTA Global accreditation is the result of compliance with standards that focus on safety and quality patient care. Life Flight Network was able to demonstrate compliance to each of the defined standards, identify best practice procedures, and demonstrate a culture of safety and teamwork. NAAMTA found their compliance to be evident through process reviews, employee interviews, and on-site evaluations, all of which were conducted using ISO 9001:2015 auditing guidelines.
Valley Med Flight Receives NAAMTA Medical Transport Accreditation
Grand Forks, ND 18 March, 2019 – NAAMTA Medical Transport Accreditation criteria and auditing practices set the framework for transport services in providing quality patient care and safety in the industry.
Following an independent, external evaluation of administrative documentation, medical practices, and facilities, Valley Med Flight is being awarded accreditation for their fixed- and rotor-wing program.
NAAMTA’s Accreditation program is built on standards that focus on quality patient care and the safety of the transports for all involved. This accreditation is domestically and internationally recognized as a symbol of quality by industry peers, third-party payers, medical organizations, liability insurance companies, state and federal agencies and the public.
Through the accreditation process, Valley Med Flight demonstrated compliance in each of the defined standards, excelled in identifying best practice procedures, and instilled these values in each employee. NAAMTA verified their compliance through employee interviews, on-site evaluations, and process reviews, all of which were conducted using ISO 9001:2015 auditing guidelines.
MedX AirOne Achieves NAAMTA Medical Transport Accreditation
Henderson, NV – 18 March 2019 – NAAMTA Medical Transport Accreditation criteria and auditing practices set the framework for transport services in providing quality patient care and safety in the industry.
MedX AirOne, a rotor- and fixed-wing medical transport provider, subscribed to a comprehensive audit of NAAMTA Standards, which identifies criteria in all aspects of medical transport, including business policies, licensure, education, skills maintenance, communication, and safety. Awarding MedX AirOne accreditation denotes compliance with each of the defined standards and incorporates best practice procedures.
Roylen Griffin, NAAMTA’s Executive Director said, “Being onsite at MedX AirOne base locations, observing a briefing, and auditing their policies and procedures for all departments, we witnessed their desire to adhere to NAAMTA Standards to reinforce their everyday commitment to providing the highest level of care and service to their communities.”
When asking Program Director, Joel Hochhalter about his goal for accreditation, he provided the following insight, “MedX AirOne desired to commit to something greater than ourselves and greater than just a decal on our aircraft and ambulances. MedX AirOne has the desire to be different, to change the way the business model of medical transports has always been done.
ER24 Awarded Second-term Accreditation
ER24 Receives NAAMTA Medical Transport Accreditation Renewal
Stellenbosch, South Africa – 4 February 2019 – Subsequent to a thorough, independent review of administrative policies, medical protocols, aviation processes and maintenance, ER24 has once again been awarded NAAMTA Accreditation for their fixed-wing air aeromedical program. As evidenced through strict compliance to the NAAMTA Standards, ER24 continues to demonstrate the highest degree of professionalism and safety in providing quality patient care.
ER24 demonstrates compliance in each of the defined standards, excels in best-practice operations and instills these core values and standards in each employee. NAAMTA verified compliance through appraisal of company policies, employee interviews, on-site evaluations, and process reviews, all of which were conducted using ISO 9001:2015 auditing practices.
“We are very proud to have ER24 as an elite member of the NAAMTA Alliance,” says Nancy Purcell, Director of Clinical Operations. “Their energetic passion for the patients they care for and the excellence in how they conduct their program are reflective of the fundamental tenets of the NAAMTA Standards. It is rewarding to see accreditation in action and ER24 exemplifies the vision of NAAMTA Accreditation.”
Alastair Lithgow, Program Director for fixed-wing operations said, “Gaining this NAAMTA reaccreditation demonstrates ER24’s commitment to quality patient care of the highest standards in aviation care. The accreditation elevated the already high standards that we had set for ourselves in our continual strive for excellency in patient care and aviation safety.”