Welcome to the Minnesota Air Medical Council website!

Here you will find helpful information about our mission, valuable safety information, Member organizations, and the air medical industry.

The MNAMC is organized and dedicated to discussion, research, support, and collaboration on issues and topics of mutual interest in air medical transport with an emphasis on operational safety, quality clinical care, and other areas of interest.

MNAMC Members; Life Link III, Mayo Clinic Medical Transport, and Sanford AirMed; are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS). CAMTS is a peer-review organization dedicated to improving patient care and transport safety by providing a dynamic accreditation process through the development of standards, education and services that support our vision.

MNAMC Member; North Memorial Air Care is accredited by the National Accreditation Alliance Medical Transport Applications (NAAMTA). NAAMTA is a new accreditation standard bearer for the medical transport industry, offering procedures that include guidelines for developing a quality management system focusing on transport safety, patient care, and continuous improvement.



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June 25, 2012

Safety Training: Are You Current?

Now is a great time to check your records to ensure that your personnel have had initial and recurrent helipad or landing zone training.

Each Member flight program is happy to assist you and your organization in providing training for your organization.  Training is designed for anyone who has the responsibility to set up and secure a landing zone (LZ) or ensure that a helipad is secure.

MNAMC Member programs recommend initial training for newly hired personnel, as well as annual recurrent training.

Contact your nearest flight program for additional details and see the NEMSPA Helipad Safety Video link on this page.

Planning a construction project?

Summer is construction season - We can use your help! 

If your health care facility has a helipad and is planning construction projects, be sure to inform your nearest flight program.

Loose construction materials and other obstructions (like cranes) can be a hazard.  All MNAMC Member programs report known hazards to each other so that our flight crews can conduct a safe flight. 

At times, we may need to divert to an alternate landing zone.  Planning in advance is essential to prevent delays in transport.

Contact your nearest flight program for additional assistance.

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