REVA works closely with air ambulance insurance and medevac companies during every step of the emergency medical-transport process. The Learjet 35 is the leading aircraft in the air-medical-transport arena and is renowned for its safety and performance. REVA’s customized fleet of aircraft enables the company to offer reliable and flexible service to its valued customers. REVA has a $100 million umbrella casualty insurance policy and a $5 million/$3 million policy for medical professional-liability insurance.
REVA is the largest fixed-wing emergency medical-transport and medevac company in the Western Hemisphere with 13 dedicated, air-ambulance aircraft. REVA provides responsive, safe and reliable medical transportation services utilizing a company-owned fleet of aircraft. As part of our commitment to ensure we are providing the most reliable medical transportation service, we hold our crew to a higher standard. REVA requires all Medical Crew members to have a minimum of three, and most have at least five, years of experience in their related field (emergency medicine, critical care, trauma, respiratory therapy, etc.), and to complete an approved course in aviation physiology and maintain current training in BLS, ACLS, and PALS.
Additional training is required by all air medical crew prior to their first medical transport and medevac assignment. Training in aircraft operations, patient loading and unloading, flight briefing, emergency procedures and equipment proficiency are mandatory. Continuing education in DOT Aviation Physiology and company medical protocols are conducted by the Medical Director and Chief Flight Nurse for all medical crew. For additional information on REVA’s medical crew, visit here.