ACC Aviation Group is proud to announce that it has entered into a commercial agreement with US-based air ambulance systems specialist, AeroMedical.
Founded in 1979, AeroMedical pioneered the production of specialist emergency medical services (EMS) equipment for rotary and fixed-wing aircraft and the organisation has continued to lead the field in designing, certifying and manufacturing custom-built air ambulance systems.
The partnership will see ACC act as AeroMedical’s commercial representative, utilizing their worldwide presence and established airline and industry relationships to capitalize on new market opportunities.
Solutions include custom-made air ambulance systems for rotary and fixed-wing aircraft of any size, adapting to accommodate any range of medical capabilities. And, the systems are modular, allowing them to be loaded and installed without the need for specialist personnel, in as little as 15 minutes.
Projects can also include purpose-built stackable litter systems, converting cargo aircraft into medical transports, and airborne field hospital configurations, capable of operating independently for up to 48 hours.
ACC’s President – Americas, Jamie Harris, comments: “With the on-going situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, we have seen an increase in demand for air ambulance capabilities, with a number of operators transitioning aircraft to support critical medevac and patient transportation efforts during the pandemic.
“AeroMedical’s engineering and medical expertise, combined with ACC’s global footprint and established relationships, will enable the two organisations to help meet the demand for airborne emergency medical capabilities worldwide.”
AeroMedical’s Global Sales Manager, Jerry Lee, comments: “AeroMedical has been a world leader in the manufacture of modular life support units and dedicated EMS systems for more than 40 years.
“This partnership with ACC Aviation Group provides a platform from which to accelerate our business and we look forward to working with the ACC team and embracing the new opportunities that this relationship presents.”