Hawaii's only Air Ambulance to fly with 2 pilots on every mission
Medical Transportation between the Hawaiian Islands, the mainland, and throughout the world on a 24/7 basis. Hawaii's only CAMTS (Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Services) is the only accreditation agency to offer worldwide standards for ground, Helicopter and fixed wing medical transport systems. Hawaii's only Air Ambulance to fly with two pilots on every mission. AirMed is Hawaii's only accredited air ambulance service, providing medical transportation between islands, to the mainland, and throughout the world on a 24/7 basis. Dedicated to the highest quality of medical transportation, patient care and flight safety, AirMed is the only service of its kind in Hawaii that flies with two pilots on every mission. Pilots average 10-years of flight experience in Hawaii, and all flights are conducted under Instrument Flight Rules under the control of Air Traffic Control. Every AirMed flight is staffed with a paramedic and critical care trained registered nurse with advanced training in airway management, altitude physiology, trauma resuscitation and management. CAMTS is the only accreditation agency to offer worldwide standards for ground, helicopter and fixed wing medical transport systems. The voluntary review process covers every aspect of the AirMed operation, from patient medical care to aircraft safety. This prestigious accreditation is likened to JCAHO and is required for air ambulance companies used by the U.S. Dept. of Defense and leading international medical centers. Kapiolani Medical Center flies AirMed exclusively for pediatric and neonatal transfers. As a result of AirMed's commitment to patient safety and its continuing commitment to CAMTS accreditation standards, Kapiolani's Pediatric and Neonatal Critical Care Transport Teams choose to fly AirMed in Hawaii exclusively. AirMed is Hawaii's only air ambulance provider to partner with the University of Hawaii's JABSOM.