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GrandNew is an outstanding helicopter, perfectly suited to be operated by such an excep- tional customer. With this advanced technology aircraft, Intermountain Healthcare will expand their service envelope, providing increased emergency response capability to the com- munities that they serve,” Bartolotta explained. "The GrandNew is an exceptional aircraft and we are pleased to be the first U.S. based operator. We are looking forward to introducing the air- craft in St. George and ulti- mately as a replacement for the entire fleet," said Jerry Morrison, Executive Director, Intermountain Life Flight. Intermountain Healthcare’s GrandNew is equipped with a modern, comprehensive EMS interior featuring single and dual stretcher configurations, wire strike protection, snow skis and NVG compatibility. The GrandNew, unveiled in 2009, offers advanced vision systems to achieve a new level of situation and terrain awareness. A Synthetic Vision System (SVS), Highway in The Sky (HITS) and Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning Systems


(HTAWS) provide realistic obstacle awareness in low-visi- bility flying conditions, three dimensional guidance and detailed terrain maps. These systems provide an advanced operating capability, which sets a new benchmark in safety. Intermountain Healthcare


has received extensive praise from many in the healthcare community, including the President of the United States, as an example of an innovative and successful healthcare organization. Intermountain Healthcare’s Life Flight divi- sion has adopted the highest safety standards and is a leader in providing safety training to their community partners. ◆


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