Ft Pierce, FL, March 08, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- American Jets Air Ambulance, (http://www.AmericanJets.net), has been a leader in fixed wing Advanced Life Support jet air ambulance for nearly three decades. Jim Hoehn, American Jets' President and CEO says that David Bump's experience and qualifications are a great match, since he has twenty-five plus years of long distance fixed wing air medical experience. Hoehn says that Bump's experience "will afford us the ability to broaden our public relations activities while expanding flight operations and performance improvement initiatives. Dave's proven leadership and organizational skills, coupled with his knowlege of the air ambulance industry, will allow American Jets to continue our industry leadership while enhancing the services we provide to our patients and their family members", said Jim Hoehn. "Dave is well respected by his peers and we are excited that he has joined our team."
A native Floridian, Dave has played an active role in the air medical industry - starting with a clinical role as a Flight Paramedic then working to Public Relations Coordinator, Accreditation Site Surveyor and most recently, Program Manager and Director of Program Development. He serves as a board member for the Board for Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification; as well as being active in a variety of social work, travel and case management organizations. Dave has completed nearly 2,500 air medical treansports, maintains his Certified Flight Paramedic qualifications and holds and MBA.
Since 1981 American Jets Air Ambulance (http://www.AmericanJets.net) has been providing a variety of domestic and international air medical transportation services. The corporate fleet of high performance jet ambulances and presurized turbo-prop aircraftare fully certified by the Federal Aviation Administration to operate internationally. Each aircraft is staffed with an industry recognized medical flight team experienced in adult, pediatric and emergency care. All pilots are re-trained at least annually and drilled in abnormal and emergency flight scenarios in full motion simulators, and have extensive experience with medical and international repatriation flights.
For additional information on the air ambulance and medical transport services provided, to schedule a flight, or to personally welcome Dave Bump to the American Jets team, please contact the American Jets Flight Operations Center at 888 633-5381, internationally at 772 380-4167, or visit the website at http://www.AmericanJets.net. David may also be reached directly at 772 828-2809, or via email at DavidBump@AmericanJets.net.