Frequently Asked Questions

European Aero-Medical Institute (EURAMI) e.V.

Do you have questions about EURAMI or specific topics?
Find the answers below in our FAQ or contact us directly for further information.

Our standards are freely available to everyone interested – please click here to get your copy

You can find an overview of all our providers here. You can refine your search by clicking on the specific categories (Rotary, Fixed Wing or CAME) and/or the medical endorsements our providers have achieved. Should you have any further questions don’t hesitate to contact us directly.

We encourage all interested providers to review our eligibility criteria for Rotary, Fixed Wing and CAME to confirm that they qualify before applying. Should you have any doubts or would like to double check whether you qualify please do not hesitate to reach out to us!

EURAMI will publish a list of accredited air medical services and promote its providers whenever applicable. Public information includes information about the service, location, fleet and key staff which is provided and approved by the provider itself. EURAMI will also publish the providers’ accreditation history and categories. However, it is the policy of EURAMI to consider specific information about the accreditation process of an individual air medical service to be strictly confidential. Such information includes:

  • Registrations
  • Denied Registrations
  • Audit Results and Remarks
  • Failed Accreditations

We take our work and the organizations’ reputation very seriously and are cautious about any conflict of interest that might be present. Our Conflict of Interest Policy for the Board and staff is outlined in the organizations’ standards.

After your successful primary accreditation, you are accredited for three years. Your certificate will show a validation date, and it is the providers responsibility to contact EURAMI for a re-accreditation audit before the validation date expires. Should you have made any significant changes, added a new base and/or want to add additional category you might have to undergo accreditation even before your certificate expires.

Yes, a program may be withdrawn accreditation if it demonstrates non substantial compliance to the EURAMI accreditation standards. Thus, a program is not entitled to advertise as “being accredited” nor enjoy the privileges of accreditation under the following decisions:

Accreditation Withheld:
Accreditation will be withheld when an air medical service applying for the first time does not substantially comply with the Accreditations Standards.

Accreditation Withdrawn:
EURAMI Accreditation may be withdrawn if the air medical service is no longer in compliance with the EURAMI Accreditation Standards or accreditation policies and procedures. Accreditation may also be withdrawn if the designated membership and re-accreditation fees remain unpaid after three written notices.

You can find general information by reviewing our accreditation page and by scrolling through our accredited provider network

We are delighted that you are interested in our mission and vision and look forward to hearing from you. The best way to contact us is via the contact form on our contact page or via email. Alternatively, you can also give us a call. Our official languages are German and English.


Learn more about our different types of membership, our fees and why you should become a member of EURAMI


Thinking about applying for accreditation or already planning your re-accreditation? Click here for more information on eligibility, procedures and fees


Are you looking for a high quality, safe and excellent provider? Click here to access our accredited provider network


Want to hear about whom we have recently accredited and what EURAMI has been up to recently? Read through our latest news and updates by clicking here