Thu, Apr 04, 2013
Regional Operation Will Shorten Response Times For Medical Emergencies
Reva Air Ambulance and Medical Flights has opened a new regional headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. The company was formed from a merger of Aero Jet International and Air Ambulance Professionals. They claim to be the largest dedicated fixed wing company in the Americas, making their Air Ambulance presence in Arizona even more critical to medical traumas around the world.
“I can’t stress enough how critical it is, and what it means for Reva to be in Arizona now,” said Elizabeth Dudley of Air Ambulance Guides. “The number of critical hours they can gain by being so centrally located will be a game changer in the air ambulance and medical transport industry.”
Unlike many air ambulance and transport companies, Reva owns, maintains and operates their own aircraft. They cover $100 million in insurance liability and $5 million in medical liability insurance. And they have a 100 percent safety record. The insurance industry recently recognized their operation and excellence by making them a finalist in the 2012 ITIJ Air Ambulance Provider of the Year Awards.
Reva is also an International Assistance Group Preferred Provider. Transporting more than 17,000 patients in 39 countries with a spotless safety record is the result of over 100 years of combined management experience. That management experience is why the company is pleased to be able to open a new regional headquarters, so they can continue to provide the same excellent services in Phoenix as they always have.
Reva operates eight medically configured and equipped Lear Jets and now has air ambulance headquarters in Florida, Arizona and Puerto Rico. These fixed wing, jets are used to transport ill or injured patients anywhere in the world. Reva works with insurance and travel assistance companies, as well as travelers and their families.
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