The Regional West Air Link program was awarded a full three-year accreditation in 2019 by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS). CAMTS is a nationally recognized organization that recognizes medical transport programs that meet national standards for safety, education, and training. The Air Link program has been CAMTS accredited since 2001.
CAMTS first enacted its accreditation standards in 1991, which were developed by its member organizations, as well as with extensive public comment and input. The standards are the core element to the CAMTS program, which declares that the highest priorities for medical transport companies are "patient care and safety of the transport environment."
Patient care and safety are Air Link’s top priorities. The team holds monthly safety meetings that include not only pilots, but mechanics, flight crew, Air Link management, medical directors, and communications.
In addition to monthly safety meetings, the Air Link crew also conducts monthly quality meetings, flight critiques, and team meetings, which are attended by multiple Air Link disciplines.