Friday, November 11, 2011

American Jets critical Care Air Ambulance receives international accreditation

— American Jets Air Ambulance, a Florida licensed and FAA approved air ambulance provider , has received the internationally recognized EURAMI Accreditation with Special Care from the European Aeromedical Institute, the worldwide leader in air ambulance transportation accreditation.

Headquartered at the St. Lucie County International Airport in Ft. Pierce since 1981, American Jets provides a wide range of long distance air ambulance services throughout North, Central, and South America; Bermuda, Cuba, The Bahamas, and the entire Caribbean basin. Each aircraft is authorized for domestic and international operations by the Federal Aviation Administration, certified for air ambulance operations, and staffed with a critical care medical flight team. The “Special Care” accreditation level is a reflection of the caring and dedicated staff that provides exemplary care to the patients we transport,” said American Jets President and CEO James Hoehn. “We are proud to be one of only thirty air ambulance services in the world to have obtained this internationally recognized EURAMI Special Care accreditation.”

For more information on the services provided by American Jets Critical care Air Ambulance, contact media contact David O. Bump, Program Director, at 888-633-5381 or 772-380-4167 ext 301, or visit their website at

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