REVA Safety News – September 2016

Safety is a state of relative risk of harm and not an absolute. This risk must be reduced and maintained at the ‘acceptable level’. Official PDF: REVA Air Ambulance – Safety News – September 2016 What does safety mean to … Read More

AirMed & Rescue Magazine: Lesa Armstrong Interview

The below article is a profile of Lesa Armstrong, Program Director of REVA Air Ambulance, by Airmed & Rescue Magazine published May 2016, Issue 76. You’ve held several different roles with REVA over the years, from chief flight nurse, director … Read More

REVA Supports KidSafe Foundation

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—REVA was pleased to be represented among the 300 guests at the 2016 KidSafe Gala helping to raise over $100,000 to support the activities of the KidSafe Foundation which is dedicated to educating the public – children, parents, … Read More

One That Moves

Article by AirMed & Rescue Magazine As REVA scoops the coveted International Travel & Health Insurance Journal (ITIJ) 2015 Air Ambulance Company of the Year Award, Lucie Wood takes a look at their day-to-day commitment to safety and medical standards … Read More

New E-Passport Requirement

As you may be aware, the United States now requires (effective April 1, 2016) a valid e-Passport (with a chip) for anyone to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program. To facilitate meeting clients’ aero-medical needs and … Read More

REVA Medical Director Deploys to Military Training Mission

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – Dr. David A. Farcy, REVA’s new medical director, joined members of the Florida Advanced Surgical & Transport team in a 4-day US Department of Defense training mission to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Titled “Patriot Warrior/Global Medic,” the … Read More