By Justin Mahler

If you have a medical mission that requires something that’s not currently available on the market, Spectrum Aeromed will work with your medical team, mechanics, and the FAA to design and provide the exact solution you need to provide the best care possible. We have helped many operators with their custom loading needs for aircraft, including outfitting aircraft for patient loading. On a recent project, one of our engineers was onsite outside of Denver, Colorado. He measured the entryway of the aircraft and got ideas on just how we could attach what we needed to their particular aircraft model.

Our process is simple: a customer starts by talking with one of our sales representatives, who have territories around the world. Once the sales representative has a handle on what the customer needs, they bring an engineer from our staff onto the project.

The great thing about our team is that we are open minded and willing to explore any request. We’ve seen interesting requests that really make us think and we enjoy a challenge, because it’s rewarding to see a request become a solution. If they have an idea that can make their environment more efficient and safer for patient transport, we have the team in place to explore the options and make many of these ideas happen.

If you have a question, it’s always worth asking. Another tip: it’s never too early to start planning.

To get the process rolling for your project, simply connect with our sales representative in your part of the world.

Justin Mahler is the Director of Engineering for Spectrum Aeromed, and also serves as the company’s designated engineering representative (DER), overseeing the certification and compliance efforts with the FAA. He was recognized in 2012 as one of the “40 Most Influential People Under the Age of 40” in North Dakota by Prairie Business Magazine.