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HANGAR TALK


Metro Aviation Welcomes Vidant Medical Transport to its Family of Operation Customers


Metro Aviation will begin operating for a new customer this November. Vidant Medical Transport provides criti­ cal care air and ground service around the clock in Greenville, North Carolina.


Vidant Medical Transport owns two EC145s and one EC135 to service Greenville and surrounding areas within 150 miles. Aircraft are IFR­equipped and outfitted with night vision goggles and color weather radar. Their service includes neonatal transport, intra­aor­ tic balloon pump, video laryngoscopy, advanced airway management and other life­saving treatments and proce­ dures. "We are very excited about the new partnership between Vidant Medical Transport and Metro Aviation," said Jason Carter, Assistant Vice President of Emergency Services for Vidant Medical Center.


When looking for an operations part­ ner, Vidant Medical Transport set out to find an operator that shared their val­ ues and dedication. Once they visited with Metro, Carter said the choice was clear. "After an extensive national search, Metro Aviation was the natural choice for us, because of their commit­ ment to quality, safety and innovation. We look forward to delivering high­ quality, safe care to the people we


12 November 2013


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