Vector AeroMedical Achieves Full CAMTS Accreditation

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Vector AeroMedical Achieves Full CAMTS Accreditation

CAMTS is the Gold Standard for Air Medical Services


[Raleigh, NC, August 21, 2019] The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Services – an air medical accrediting body — has awarded North Carolina Based Vector AeroMedical CAMTS accreditation at the emergency critical care level. 

Through mentorship, training and adherence to standards with measurable criteria, Vector AeroMedical has earned this three-year accreditation which places it on par with other fixed wing programs including the Cleveland Clinic, Boston Med Flight and the Mayo Clinic. In North Carolina, Vector Aeromedical and Wilmington, NC based Airlink joins Duke LifeFlight, UNC Air Care, Vidant Eastcare, and Med Center Air, as the state’s only accredited services.

The Vector AeroMedical leadership chose to pursue CAMTS Accreditation in 2015 as a commitment to its mission of providing the highest standard of safe, efficient and clinically excellent care in the transport environment. CAMTS serves as the benchmark of excellence for federal, state and local governmental agencies, as well as private agencies.

“We have grown tremendously in our quest for excellence and will continue to look for ways to promote safety, improve patient care, and serve our communities better. We are honored to receive this recognition of the hard work that our team members put in each and every day.” said Andrew Baird, Program Director for Vector AeroMedical.

Vector AeroMedical was founded in 2012.  Primary aircraft are provided by Causey Aviation. Vector AeroMedical provides long distance medical transportation in both emergency and non-emergent roles. Services include bedside to beside transport, turn key logistical assistance for patient families, organ transplant transportation services for hospitals and recipients, and even medical accompaniment for patients who are able to fly on commercial airlines but require non-invasive medical attention.

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