Air Medical Group Holdings is to acquire SevenBar Aviation.

Air Medical Group Holdings is to acquire SevenBar Aviation.

April 9, 2019

AMGH and Med-Trans see SevenBar synergies
SevenBar Aviation has grown its geographic footprint significantly over the last seven decades and has a fleet of nine jet and turboprop aircraft as well as six helicopters. It will align closely with Med-Trans Corporation.

US-based air medical transport company Air Medical Group Holdings (AMGH) has signed a purchase agreement to acquire SevenBar Aviation, a privately-held air medical operator offering fixed and rotary wing services to an array of leading healthcare organisations throughout the USA. SevenBar will closely align with Med-Trans Corporation and the transaction is expected to close soon.

SevenBar Aviation has grown its geographic footprint significantly over the last seven decades and has a fleet of nine jet and turboprop aircraft as well as six helicopters. The company is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with nearly 100 employees and currently has bases in New Mexico, Texas, Maine, Massachusetts, Virginia, and North Carolina.

“SevenBar Aviation's commitment to its communities, patients and healthcare partners is a tremendous asset and will align with the AMGH and Med-Trans strategic vision and culture,” says Med-Trans president Rob Hamilton. “We are very much looking forward to working with the leadership and dedicated employees of SevenBar.”

SevenBar president Kim Montgomery adds: “We are very proud of the long term relationships that we have held for many years with our healthcare partners. This new partnership with Med-Trans Corporation and the support from AMGH will enable us to continue to focus on our mission; providing additional value and long term solutions for our partners, our employees and communities.”

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