Having collaborated for over 20 years, US-based Spectrum Aeromed and North Memorial Health have announced their continued partnership; Spectrum Aeromed also continues its collaboration with Life Flight Network, based in Oregon, following their working together on the first fixed-wing jet project (CJ4).
Spectrum Aeromed designs and manufactures customised air ambulance requirements for its clients; most recently, the company customised the interior of an AgustaWestland AW109S helicopter – the seventh customisation that Spectrum Aeromed has completed for the 109S fleet.
"As an existing customer, we have a trusted relationship with Spectrum Aeromed," comments Terry Lutz, Director of Maintenance, North Memorial Health. "As we continue to grow and service our air ambulance needs, this partnership is critical."
Matthew Christenson, Spectrum Aeromed Vice-President and Account Executive, who has been part of the Spectrum Aeromed team since 2001, added: "It's the mission of helping people save lives that drives our team from day to day. We are excited about the opportunity to work with North Memorial as they continue to grow their fleet to service the Midwest with their air ambulance capabilities."
“Spectrum Aeromed worked closely with us through the dedicated setup and options they could offer us,” explained Chad McCracken, Director of Maintenance at Life Flight Network. “We’ve been a client for a while, but they have different options that are available for customisation.”
Christenson remarked: “I know what we’ve done in the past and I know what we are capable of doing. We strive to find the perfect solution for every customer.”