Rex Alexander considers the impact that hospital heliport design can have on patient morbidity and mortality

Air ambulance operators tell David Kernek that assistance companies have not responded positively to their calls for concise, relevant and accurate mission information

Randy Mains, chief CRM/AMRM instructor for Oregon Aero, shares his views on the HEMS Final Rule recently published by the US Federal Aviation Administration

Dr Peter Turi reports on a Flight Ambulance International mission to transport nine patients to Israel after they were wounded during protests in Ukraine.

The signals coming from Nepal are that all is not well in the local rescue helicopter industry. The helicopter operators, though, have begun to speak out.

In January 2014, the EURAMI made good on the promise to publish its accreditation standards. At least in part.

The 2013 members' meeting of the European Aeromedical Institute – history in the making?

Why EURAMI needs to get back to basics

Carrying blood products onboard civilian aircraft – potentially life-saving for patients, but a challenging process.

In the county of Wiltshire, UK, the local air ambulance charity aircraft and police helicopter are one and the same. Or, to put it another way, the same aircraft simultaneously serves the county of Wiltshire as a medical transport, police observation and pursuit asset. Taissa Csáky discusses the practicalities of joint working for police observers, paramedics and pilots, and looks to the future: Wiltshire Constabulary is due to join the National Police Air Service (NPAS) at the end of 2014, which could mean the end of more than two decades of collaboration