In its continuing bid to expand its services, REVA Air Ambulance, which is based out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has now acquired American Care Air Ambulance. The move has given further boost to REVA which is already the biggest dedicated fix-wing air ambulance company in the Americas.
American Care Air Ambulance is a company that had been operating out of San Diego, California as well as Spokane, Washington, since the past 19 years. The company had been actively managed by Milan Floribus and his wife Joan along with Judy Wilson and Jon Rosati. The company was established in the year 1994. It has medical directors in USA, Asia, Europe, and Mexico.
The Acquisition has Given REVA Air Ambulance Bigger Wings
The acquisition of American Care Air Ambulance Services has propelled REVA Air Ambulance into being a company that has a very strong presence in the United States as well as Asia. The move makes it a worldwide air ambulance service provider in the true sense. The acquisition has enabled REVA Air Ambulance to own more than 10 aircrafts that can operate through 5 bases. REVA has already been successfully covering regions such as Asia, Europe, South America, and North America.
The Acquisition of American Care Air Ambulance has been Smooth
The founder of American Care Air Ambulance Services, Milan Floribus, would continue to be part of the company. In fact, Stuart Hayman, who is the CEO of REVA Air Ambulance, expressed his joy in having Milan onboard. He further expressed his hope that REVA would be able to continue to care for the loyal client base of American Care Air Ambulance Services. On his part, Milan Floribus revealed that he was happy about the acquisition as REVA is an organization that is dedicated to patient safety and professionalism. The CEO of REVA has revealed that the company would be looking for further acquisitions and partnerships in the days to come.