CSI Aviation Expands Medical Flight Service Capabilities with King Air 350 Aircraft
(Albuquerque, NM) — CSI Aviation, a New Mexico-based, international air charter services and logistics company, announced today its medical flight services capabilities is expanding to include the transport of two patients at the same time using its King Air 350 aircraft. The company is making the announcement after completing its first, dual-patient medical flight in November. The flight moved two critically-ill patients from Louisiana to Florida and was conducted with only a 1-hour aircraft launch time.
CSI Aviation’s Medical Flight Services group is National Accreditation Alliance Medical Transport Applications (NAAMTA) accredited, demonstrating an ability to provide the highest level of quality and safety for critically ill or injured patients, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. CSI Aviation’s newly-added King Air 350 accommodates two full stretchers, the most up-to-date medical transport equipment, and CSI’s experienced team of medical flight personnel.
“We were able to complete the dual transport mission with such a fast turnaround because our team is equipped and prepared to handle complex medical situations like this. We have a highly experienced team that puts patient safety first and takes the upmost care with every detail,” said Marc Ramthun, Vice President–Sales. “With so many advances in health care, we’re seeing a real need among medical facilities for multiple patient transport and are pleased to offer this capability to our long list of services.”
Company officials say the need for dual medical transport is growing and is important in situations where multiple patients are injured at the same time, when there is an existing partnership in place between the sending facility and the receiving facility, and when hospitals need to save time and use less resources.
CSI’s aircraft are fully equipped with Spectrum Aeromed Systems which ensures the quality care, safety, and comfort of patients. All flights are crewed by accredited medical personnel specifically trained in patient care and aircraft safety.
For more information go to: www.csiaviation.com