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Morrison, Executive Director, Intermountain Life Flight. Spectrum Aeromed created a cus- EMS


tomized interior for


Intermountain’s 109 Grand New heli- copter that features a state-of-the-art single-patient stretcher platform, a sec- ondary foldable and stowable patient stretcher, as well as comprehensive advanced life support packages com- prised of medical oxygen, suction, compressed air and an electric inverter. The dedicated EMS configuration


has modular capabilities, which makes it easy for the medical team and pilots to interchange the components as spe- cific emergency needs arise without the need for on-site mechanics or special tools. They can configure for single- or


dual-patient missions, and because the patient stretchers and infant transport decks are interchangeable among all aircraft, they are able to choose whichever aircraft is ready, accessible and appropriate for the situation. “We


couldn’t be more pleased


about the solutions Spectrum Aeromed developed for us. When lives are at stake minutes count, so the fact that anyone on our flight crew can install or remove any of our air ambulance equipment and move it from one air- craft to another means we’re up in the air that much sooner. This flexibility enhances safety and quality of patient care,” says Jerry Morrison, Executive Director of Intermountain Life Flight.


NEXT GENERATION


EMS EQUIPMENT Spectrum Aeromed is a leading


global designer and manufacturer of custom air medical and air ambulance equipment for fixed and rotor wing air- craft.


When it comes to developing next-


generation EMS equipment, vice presi- dent of business development, Bruce Gullingsrud says, “We listen to our cus- tomers because no one knows more about how EMS equipment should function than those who use it every day. It’s their special requests and sug- gestions that initiate upgrades, addi- tional bells and whistles and new designs.” It’s this kind of responsiveness that


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