MedEvac Foundation International Accepts $45,000 Pledge From Air Evac EMS
to Promote Research, Education and Outreach Support
Air Evac EMS, dba Air Evac Lifeteam, has pledged a donation of $45,000 over the next three years to the MedEvac Foundation International. Air Evac Lifeteam, based in O’Fallon, Mo., is the nation’s largest independently owned and operated air medical service. The donation will be used by the MedEvac Foundation International for air and critical care ground research, education and outreach programs.
In making the donation, Air Evac Lifeteam President Seth Myers, said, “Air Evac is proud to support the MedEvac Foundation International. As a member of the Association of Air Medical Services, the company’s leadership team knows the importance of investing in research to improve the quality and safety of every air medical program.”
Rick Sherlock, President & CEO for the MedEvac Foundation International, said “their significant donation demonstrates Air Evac Lifeteam’s continued role as a leader in the Air Medical industry. Air Evac Lifeteam feels it is important to support the Foundation’s mission, especially in the key areas of research and education.”
Myers said he hopes the donation by Air Evac Lifeteam serves as a catalyst for other members of the air medical and critical care ground transport communities.