The Commission is a non-profit organization which was established to encourage and promote quality patient care in America’s medical transportation system. The primary focus of the Commission’s standards is high-quality patient care. This is accomplished by establishing national standards which not only address the delivery of patient care, but also the ambulance service’s total operation and its relationships with other agencies, the general public, and the medical community. The Commission’s standards often exceed state or local licensing requirements. The Commission is sponsored by the American Ambulance Association, the American College of Emergency Physicians, the National Association of EMS Physician, the National Association of State EMS Directors, the National Association of EMTs, and the International Association of Fire Chiefs, with liaison representation from The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.
Mary Franco, Vice President said accreditation “represents our firm commitment to our patients, employees, healthcare partners and the community. Our organization viewed accreditation as another step toward excellence.”
“Our strong team engagement has been key to our successful completion of the process. This distinctive honor gives the feeling of prestige and pride to work in an accredited ambulance service,” said Ellen Fleming, Director of Corporate Accreditation. “Everyone at Superior played a valuable role in our ability to meet the Commission’s high standards.
About Superior Air-Ground Ambulance Service of Michigan, Inc.
Superior Air-Ground Ambulance Service of Michigan, Inc. is a leading provider of emergency and non-emergent ambulance service, offering all levels of medical transportation (Basic Life Support, Advanced Life Support, Critical Care Transport and Aeromedical Ambulance Transport). Superior Air-Ground Ambulance of Michigan, Inc. operates in Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties, with locations in Warren (headquarters), Detroit, Allen Park, Southfield, and Waterford Township.