From time to time, we bring our readers a curated list of interesting stories from the air ambulance industry. This week we managed to bring you a few happenings that were quite interesting. Here is a look.
Air Ambulance Services with Unvaccinated Patients Onboard May Not be Allowed to Enter the United States
The Bermuda Hospital board has warned people that they may be denied entry into the United States through air ambulance service even during emergencies if they are not fully vaccinated. Much of the world is still finds it hard to get access to vaccines. However, what has been even more worrying is the reluctance of people to get vaccinated. Countries like Bermuda have relied on countries like the United Kingdom and the United States for advanced treatment. Without being fully vaccinated, it might be an uphill task in the near future.
UK Man Sets on a Marathon to Raise Funds for Air Ambulance
Scott Owen set out on a marathon with a target of raising about 600 British Pounds recently. It was his way of showing his gratitude to the local air ambulance service that had saved his father’s life a few years ago. His 26-mile marathon surpassed his fund-raising expectations. He eventually ended up raising over 1200 British Pounds. Much of the air ambulance services in the United Kingdom rely on the local communities for funds.
CAMTS Awards Accreditations to an Air Ambulance Company
Accreditations are an important part of the air ambulance industry. They help air ambulance organizations to gain the trust of the general public and to maintain high standards of quality. The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) recently awarded initial accreditation to LifeGuard Air Ambulance of Cedar Rapids. The service is based out of Iowa. Along with this, it awarded re-accreditations to several other air ambulance organizations.