IAACCT Annual safety day conference

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Come join us at the Tax Slayer Center in Moline for our IAACCT Safety Day Conference


When: Monday September 10th 2018

Where: Tax Slayer Center 1201 River Drive Moline, IL 61265
Time: Registration at 8:00 am, Conclusion at 3:00 pm

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch Provided
Who: EMS, First Responders, Fire Fighters, All Health Care Professionals, and Air Medical Flight Personnel, others interested
Cost: $20.00 per person

Registration: You can register on line and pay on line with PayPal, Credit or Debit Card, by check trough the mail or at the door. You can Register at the door.

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Questions can be directed by Phone, Text or Email To: Carol Zimmerman at 309-854-3700 or czimmerman@medforceair.com Shannon Wehrle at 319-850-1749 or swehrle@medforceair.com

Download a Safety Day registration form and email to:   czimmerman@medforceair.com 

View the Agenda for the 2018 IAACCT Safety Day

Pay IAACCT Safety Day Registration Fee Here


Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

Select Pay Here to pay on line, to use PayPal long into your account, to use Credit Card or Debit Card Select Create Account. Fee payment can be made on-line, mail in check or pay at the door the day of the event

Next IAACCT Meeting

10 September 2018

Tax Slayer Center

1201 River Drive

Moline, Il 61265

3:00 pm

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The Illinois Association of Air and Critical Care Transport consists of critical care medical transport  providers which utilize ground, rotor-wing and/or fixed wing as a mode of  patient transportation and operate within the State of Illinois.  

Mission Statement

The association shall promote and enhance safety, education and communication in critical care air and ground medical transport within the State of Illinois. 


  • To provide a mechanism for the exchange of information between programs to facilitate mechanical and operation education. 
  • To provide a unified voice in the representation of the industry and its interests and concerns to the Illinois Department of Public Health, Illinois Department of Transportation and legislators in the State of Illinois on issues affecting medical transport of the critically ill and injured.  
  • To develop common elements of operational, dispatch, and communication standards for the purpose of clarity and consistency throughout the regional EMS systems, law enforcement, and health care agencies.  
  • To develop a coordinated air medical response to multiple casualty incidents.  


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