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Air Methods, Corp. NASDAQAIRM is the largest publicly owned emergency medical services helicopter operator in the United States, with a fleet of 208 medical transport helicopters that average 85,000 transports and 100,000 flight hours per year.[1] Air Methods is based at Centennial, Colorado[2], though the postal designation of nearby Englewood is often cited as the company's location. Air Methods provides air medical emergency transport services under two separate operating models: the Community-Based Model (CBM) and the Hospital-Based Model (HBM). Rocky Mountain Holdings, LLC (RMH), Mercy Air Service, Inc. (Mercy Air), and LifeNet, Inc. (LifeNet) operate as wholly-owned subsidiaries of Air Methods.[3]

A new Eurocopter EC 145 Air Ambulance has been completed for the Mayo Clinic[4].

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  1. McCarthy, Guy; Robert Rogers, Staff Writers. "Crash probe starts : Copter made no distress call", Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, 2006-12-12. "Air Methods Corp. has a fleet of 208 medical transport helicopters that average 85,000 transports and 100,000 flight hours per year, [Craig] Yale [vice president of corporate development] said, making it the largest private provider of air medical transport services in the country." 
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  2. ColoradoBiz magazine "In Biz", 12/11/2006-12/15/2006. Retrieved on 2007-11-17.
  3. Who We Are - Air Methods. Retrieved on 2007-06-19.
  4. 9 News at 7am, KUSA-TV, Channel 9, NBC, Denver, Colorado, aired 7:00-8:00am, MST

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