EURAMI re-accreditation for Fox Flight

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Yet another re-accreditation marks the continuing advancement of the Canadian-owned Fox Flight Air Ambulance – having now received its third re-accreditation from the European Aeromedical Institute (EURAMI), following an exhaustive audit and review process.

Fox Flight is an air ambulance company providing 24-hour emergency services transportation, and it first achieved accreditation in 2009. The re-accreditation applies to Fox Flight’s long-range, international fixed-wing operations in the Adult Critical Care category and the company’s Commercial Escort services.

President of Fox Flight David Fox said: “EURAMI is one of the most respected accreditation organisations in the aeromedical industry, so once again receiving their seal of approval for what we do to help sick and injured individuals get home safely is very gratifying.”

EURAMI, which is based in Brussels, Belgium, provides accreditation for aeromedical transfer services operating throughout Europe and the rest of the world via both fixed-wing and rotor aircraft. In order to achieve EURAMI accreditation, providers must undergo an extensive analysis of their procedures related to patient care, daily operations, flight and patient documentation, staff training and ongoing aircraft maintenance.

Fox added: “After more than 20 years in the medical repatriation business, we take great pride in the systems and procedures we have put in place and the level of service we provide for our clients.”

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