The accreditation process places priority on quality patient care and safety of the transport environment through an extensive and in-depth review by the commission. In order to receive the accreditation, an air ambulance program must be in substantial compliance with the CAMTS Accreditation Standards and demonstrate overall quality service.
"We are proud of the CAMTS accreditation and the recognition of our service," said Brooks Wall, Aeromed's director of operations.
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|Title Annotation:||Right Moves|
|Publication:||Alaska Business Monthly|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2006|
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