MAY 21-27, 2017 IS THE 43RD ANNUAL NATIONAL EMS WEEK

Posted On : April 16, 2017

EMS WEEK CELEBRATES both the EMS profession and professionals for the vital role they play in the healthcare industry.  In 1974, President Gerald Ford authorized EMS Week to celebrate EMS practitioners and the important work they do in our nation’s communities. Back then, EMS was a new profession, and EMS practitioners had only just started to be recognized as a critical component of emergency medicine and the public health safety net. A lot has changed since then. EMS is now firmly established as an essential public function and a vital component of the medical care continuum. EMS practitioners care for their patients’ medical needs and show caring and compassion to their patients in their most difficult moments.

 

Raise awareness and educate your community about the importance of safety during EMS Week, which is also the ideal time to honor and thank your Emergency Medical Services team for making every call count.

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Inflight Donates Lear Jet To Andrews University

Posted On : April 6, 2017

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! Inflight Donates Lear Jet To Andrews University

Click here to learn how our generous donation of a Lear Jet provides hand-on training for aviation students at Andrews University


“In December 2016, the Department of Aviation received a 1981 Lear 25 jet. The plane was donated by InFlight Medical Services International, Inc., who also gave Andrews University a 1966 Lear 23 in 2012.”

 

Also: Click here to learn more about Inflight’s philanthropic support of aviation education at Andrews University ›

THE ARGUS RATINGS PROGRAM IS THE PREFERRED CHOICE FOR THE TOP ONLINE CHARTER MARKETPLACES AROUND THE WORLD.

Posted On : January 14, 2017

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Our ratings are integrated directly into online charter booking systems, which allow users to find ARGUS Rated Operators when searching for charter flights. This translates into higher visibility for quality operators and ease of vetting for consumers.argus-1

A FEW RECENT COMMENTS FROM DECEMBER 2016

Posted On : January 10, 2017

Great Flight, Great Services, Great Crew – Keep it up!

 

Please continue the outstanding work.  Not sure who we would call if you were not there…

 

Pilots were excellent.  landings and take off’s were very smooth.  The medical staff was very friendly and professional.  So glad we chose Inflight.

 

Flight went very smoothly.  Pilots were very professional.  They kept us informed all along the way with times and arrivals.  You provided food for us per our requests which was much appreciated.  Top Notch!

 

Overall everything was more than could be expected.  Everything went smooth from start to end.  Thank you!

 

Staff was professional during the entire flight.  Kept us updated on times of departures and arrivals.  Would not hesitate to recommend your company to anyone.

 

Thank you for all the work you do for our Veterans.  We have used many services but non that communicate or provide services to your extent.  We thank you on behalf of our team and our Veterans.

 

Thank you to everyone for efforts and successfully & safely getting patient here in good time.

A Recent few comments from patients this week

Posted On : December 5, 2016

Not everyone knows or is capable of sending us a note of thanks or a text of appreciation – but when they do and if they do not use personal information – we will try to share them with you:

“Thank you so much for all of your help yesterday.  I just arrived at the hospital and (patient name)  and her parents told me what a wonderful experience they had today.  The flight and the ambulances were completely stress-free and the staff went above and beyond to be accommodating and helpful.  I am also so HAPPY to tell you that the Mayo Clinic is beautiful and they already have her in a private room.  Sending her down to Florida with you was absolutely the right thing to do.  THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.”

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“It was really a nice flight home  🙂   The crew was really nice and helpful.  Thank you again and again!”

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“Pilots were excellent.  Landings and the take offs were very smooth.  They were very friendly and helpful and professional.  We really appreciated the food you served us as well.  Thank you!”

News & Media – AOPA

Posted On : December 3, 2016

aopa-logo_primaryAOPA offers trusted, reliable general aviation news and video content on aircraft, technology, health, travel, gear, safety, and AOPA advocacy efforts.

 

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ARGUS rating allows you to choose with confidence

Posted On : November 23, 2016

ARGUS RATINGS ARE THE INDUSTRY’S MOST RESPECTED, RECOGNIZED, AND REQUESTED SYMBOL OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY COMMERCIAL OPERATORS AROUND THE WORLD.

 plat-and-gold-seals-with-ribbon-resized The ARGUS Ratings due diligence system offers commercial operators, buyers of charter and passengers around the world the confidence and peace-of-mind desired for their upcoming flight.With over 500 rated operators around the world and spanning 6 continents, ARGUS Rated Operators fly more hours each year than non-ARGUS Rated operators.argus-1

FlightAware Announces Global Space-Based ADS-B Flight Tracking

Posted On : November 1, 2016

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https://flightaware.com/aireon/

The First Global ADS-B Flight Tracking Constellation
Live data from Aireon’s ADS-B receivers on the Iridium NEXT constellation of 66 satellites with 100% global coverage, even over the North Pole and every ocean in the world.
No New Aircraft Equipment Required
Receives data from an aircraft’s automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) transponders, which has been mandated by ICAO to be equipped on all commercial aircraft by the year 2020.
Integrated into FlightAware
Aireon’s space-based ADS-B data is always available in GlobalBeaconand can be instantly enabled and seamlessly integrated into every FlightAware service. Simply enable a subscription to space-based ADS-B and the near-realtime global positions will be fused into your FlightAware Global, Firehose, and FlightXML accounts, including mobile apps and alerts.
Exceeds ICAO Flight Tracking Requirement for Airlines
By providing at least one position every minute, anywhere on the globe, FlightAware and Aireon have the first truly global solution for airlines to comply with ICAO’s Global Aeronautical Distress and Safety System (GADSS) requirement.

Posted On : October 25, 2016

Also as seen in the article in Forbes magazine:

http://custom.forbes.com/2016/10/11/the-intrinsic-value-of-business-aviation/#fly-with-confidence

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ARG/US was recently featured in Forbes Magazine.

Posted On : October 25, 2016

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http://custom.forbes.com/2016/10/11/the-intrinsic-value-of-business-aviation/#fly-with-confidence

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Distinguish the “BEST” from the rest

See our ARG/US approval on our certification page:

 

SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZING HURRICANE RELIEF FLIGHTS

Posted On : October 10, 2016

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Volunteer general aviation pilots wasted no time responding to the latest natural disaster as Hurricane Matthew slammed the Caribbean and closed in on the coastal southeastern states, forcing evacuations and threatening flooding from Florida to the Carolinas.  Continue reading on aopa.org

NATA Hosts Air Charter and Maintenance Committee Meetings at Headquarters

Posted On : September 28, 2016

From the NATA Air Charter Committee

The NATA Air Charter Committee met on September 13th and 14th at NATA headquarters. The Committee discussed the launch of an on-demand air charter operators forum that would address key issues impacting the industry. Committee members reviewed FAA guidance for obtaining resource specialists for the completion of pilot checks and — at the request of the FAA — members agreed to provide examples where problems are still occurring. All operators pursuing FAA resources from the Flight Standards Inspector Resource Program (FSIRP) are encouraged to review Notice 8900.328. During the meeting, Matthew Kinney, COO at Georgia Jet, was introduced as a new committee member.

 

Thanksgiving With AOPA Foundation

Posted On : November 15, 2015

Inflight Medical wishes to echo the thanks and praise for fellow AOPA Foundation members this Thanksgiving.

From AOPA Foundation Executive Director James W. Minow:
“Across this country, there are literally hundreds of thousands of Americans who have been touched by your decision to advance the Foundation’s goals through your financial support.

Your efforts to improve GA safety have undeniably helped save lives. Your efforts to protect local airports have helped create jobs and strengthen communities across this nation. Your efforts to improve flight instruction have helped more pilots to join our ranks and live the dream we’ve shared.

These and other AOPA Foundation achievements are a direct reflection of your personal willingness to give and your willingness to lead. And whether they know it or not, all those who love general aviation – and all those who cherish our uniquely American freedom to fly – owe you their gratitude.”

We are honored and grateful to be a part of such a wonderful organization. We wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season!

Inflight Medical Service Partners With CMSA

Posted On : November 1, 2014

Inflight Medical has become a corporate partner with The Case Management Society of America (CMSA).

CMSA is the leading membership association providing professional collaboration across the healthcare continuum to advocate for patients’ wellbeing and improved health outcomes by fostering case management growth and development, impacting health care policy, and providing evidence-based tools and resources.

Inflight Medical Partners With CMSA

Posted On : November 1, 2014

Inflight Medical has become a corporte partner with The Case Management Society of America (CMSA).

CMSA is the leading membership association providing professional collaboration across the healthcare continuum to advocate for patients’ wellbeing and improved health outcomes by fostering case management growth and development, impacting health care policy, and providing evidence-based tools and resources.

Tennesse EMS Week 2014

Posted On : May 20, 2014

From the Tennessee Dept. of Health:

“The Tennessee Ambulance Service Association would like to say “Thank You” to all EMS Professionals in Tennessee who work each and every day to provide selfless care and comfort to your patients. We appreciate and recognize your dedication to the citizens and visitors of Tennessee. TASA honors your contributions in making a difference in the lives of so many.”

Inflight Medical Thanked By State of Tennessee

Posted On : May 25, 2013

As part of the Tennessee Department of Health’s “EMS Week 2013,” Inflight Medical Services International, Inc. has receieved a special “thank you” letter. Inflight is proud to join the other EMS organizations in Tennessee in their “One Mission One Team” program.

View the EMS Week 2013 letter.

State Of Georgia Renews Contract With Inflight Medical

Posted On : April 11, 2013

nflight Medical Services International, Inc., is thrilled to confirm the renewal of its exclusive contract with the State of Georgia.

A+ Rating From the BBB For Inflight Medical

Posted On : August 1, 2012

Inflight Medical Services is extremely proud to announce its recent accreditation and A+rating by the Better Business Bureau. This maximum possible score comes after decades of faithfully serving our customers, ensuring that each and every flight is handled with due care and attention.

From the business profile page at the Better Business Bureau;

The Better Business Bureau has determined that Inflight Medical Services International, Inc. meets BBB accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints.

  • Factors that raised Inflight Medical Services International, Inc’s rating include;
  • Length of time business has been operating.
  • No complaints filed with BBB.
  • BBB has sufficient background information on this business

It is with pride that Inflight Medical Services accepts this rating and pledges to work to live up to its high level of honor and responsibility. As always, we will continue to put the customer first and will always try to merit your continued confidence. We hope that you will consider Inflight Medical Services for your air ambulance and transportation needs in the future.

Inflight Medical Donates Lear Jet To Andrews University

Posted On : July 31, 2012

Inflight Medical Services International, Inc. has partnered with Andrews University, in Berrien Springs, Michigen, to transfer a retired Lear Jet 23 to the Unviversity’s Department of Aviation.

“Access to this retired jet will improve students’ access to hands-on, practical training on complex twin turbine-powered jets. “Everyone who helped us retrieve the aircraft treated the Andrews’ team of workers with great respect and helpfulness, commenting that the plane would be going to a good home where students will be able to learn more about the profession they all love,” said Verlyn Benson, Assistant to the President at Andrews.

Read the University’s full press release for more information.

Read more about the Learjet 23 and its preservation efforts on its Wikipedia page.