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Air Methods provides safe and reliable lifesaving treatment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our highly-trained clinicians are held to the highest standards in critical care transport. Their knowledge and expertise is taking prehospital care above and beyond.
Over 475,000 total training hours in 2021.
Over 100,000 records and reports reviewed annually.
Overall intubation placement success rate of 98%.
More than 150 aircraft carrying blood products.
7 active research projects and 19 published studies.
As the leader in the air medical industry, our hiring requirements and education delivery are unmatched.
We focus on exceeding many of the established benchmarks in the air medical industry.
All of our aircraft are staffed with flight nurses and paramedics trained in multiple critical care procedures.
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As the only air medical company operating independent community bases, we have an Institutional Review Board (IRB) Accreditation and Federal Wide Assurance.
Joseph Hill RN, BSN, CMTE, CFRN1 David M. Gothard MS2 Michelle M. McLean MD, EMT-P, CHSE3 1Air Methods Corporation, Greenwood Village, CO 2Biostats, North East Canton, OH 3LifeNet of Michigan, Greenwood Village, CO Abstract Objective: Stress-induced hyperglycemia has been found to increase hemorrhagic shock, morbidity, and mortality in the trauma patient. The purpose of this study is to […]
Jennifer Noce BA, NRP, CCEMTP, FP-C, CCP-C David Olvera BA, NRP, FP-C, CMTE Daniel Davis MD Abstract Background: Rapid sequence intubation (RSI) is a critical procedure in the resuscitation of critically ill and injured patients but carries an important risk of oxygen desaturation. In the adult population, a target preoxygenation threshold of >93% has been […]
Moy, Hawnwan P. MD; Olvera, David BA, FP-C, NRP, CMTE; Nayman, B. Daniel MBA, NRP, CCP-C, FP-C; Pappal, Ryan D. BS, NRP; Hayes, Jane M. MPH; Mohr, Nicholas M. MD, MS; Kollef, Marin H. MD; Palmer, Christopher M. MD, FCCM; Ablordeppey, Enyo MD, MPH; Faine, Brett PharmD, MS; Roberts, Brian W. MD, MSc; Fuller, Brian […]