Back to Newsroom VANDERBILT LIFEFLIGHT CREWS RECOGNIZED FOR LIFESAVING EFFORTS AT STAR OF LIFE AWARDS Share On... by Air Methods posted June 21, 2021 We want to congratulate our partner Vanderbilt LifeFlight, the 2020 Association of Air Medical Services transport program of the year, and other Tennessee public safety agencies for their lifesaving work at the 13th annual EMS Star of Life Awards. Hosted by the Children’s Emergency Care Alliance (CECA), the EMS Star of Life Awards is a premier event that honors the accomplishments of EMS personnel across the state of Tennessee for provide exemplary lifesaving care to adult and pediatric patients. This event also reunites the EMS caregivers with the people they treated. One recipient is chosen from each of the eight EMS regions in the state. Vanderbilt LifeFlight received awards from three of the eight regions and was honored with the state-wide award, taking home a total of four awards. A LifeFlight team was also honored with a 2020 award. Region IV Award – Lake Tubing Accident Region V (State Award) – Infant in Distress Region VI Award – Motorcycle Crash Region VII Award – Shooting Vanderbilt University Medical Center provides all medical staffing, patient care and clinical services for Vanderbilt LifeFlight while Air Methods Corporation provides aviation, fuel, maintenance, aircraft, dispatch, billing and EMS licensure. To learn more, please see the following EMS World article.