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TRANS AERO MEDEVAC TO INTRODUCE FIXED WING AIRCRAFT INTO SERVICE

ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO- Trans Aero MedEvac will introduce its first fixed wing aircraft into its Southeastern New Mexico air ambulance program. Located at the Roswell Airport, the new aircraft will serve its bases in Roswell, Artesia, and Carlsbad, and will extend its transport capabilities to include hospitals previously outside of the range reached by its rotorcraft.

In accordance with its mission to provide the highest quality patient care in air medicine, the fixed wing aircraft will maintain consistency with other Trans Aero MedEvac air ambulances and carry specialized equipment, as well as an Advanced Practice Provider and Certified Paramedic, onboard.

Ken Davis, Medical Program Director, said of the new aircraft: “The addition of a fixed wing component will allow Trans Aero MedEvac to further support our customers and communities we already serve within the Southeastern New Mexico and Western Texas region, and transport patients to specialized hospitals that can best aid in their treatment and recovery.”  

Trans Aero MedEvac is an air medical transport company formed in the principals of excellence in aviation safety and clinical medicine. In business since 1969, Trans Aero LTD primarily focused on heli-firefighting activities, as well as contracted helicopter services and maintenance. In 2016, they joined forces with EMSRx, a company known for clinical excellence and support services, to bring a quality focus back to air medicine.

TRANS AERO MEDEVAC TO OPEN BASE IN ROSWELL, NM

ROSWELL, NM, March 22- Trans Aero MedEvac will open its third base in Southeastern New Mexico. Located on the helipad at Eastern New Mexico Medical Center, the new aircraft will join existing bases in Artesia and Carlsbad. 

Founded with a mission to provide advanced patient care, the aircraft will be staffed with an Advanced Practice Provider, as well as Certified Paramedic. Consistent with other Trans Aero MedEvac air ambulances, it will also carry lifesaving whole blood and liquid plasma, as well as specialized equipment, such as ultrasound and ventilators, to deliver appropriate critical care to all patients. 

Ken Davis, Medical Program Director, said of the opening: “This base is a large step forward in providing advanced medical care to the region, and we look forward to collaborating with Eastern New Mexico Medical Center in achieving this common goal.” 

Trans Aero MedEvac is an air medical transport company formed in the principals of excellence in aviation safety and clinical medicine. In business since 1969, Trans Aero LTD primarily focused on heli-firefighting activities, as well as contracted helicopter services and maintenance. In 2016, they joined forces with EMSRx, a company known for clinical excellence and support services, to bring a quality focus back to air medicine.