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Company Overview of ORNGE Inc.
ORNGE Inc. provides medical transportation services for very ill and critically injured patients in the air and on the ground to the citizens of Ontario. The company operates a critical care inter-facility land transport program in Ottawa, Peterborough, and Toronto. It owns and operates helicopters, fixed wing aircraft, and land ambulances. ORNGE Inc. was formerly known as Ontario Air Ambulance Services Co. and changed its name to ORNGE Inc. in 2006. The company was founded in 1977 and is based in Mississauga, Canada.
5310 Explorer Drive
Mississauga, ON L4W 5H8
Founded in 1977
Key Executives for ORNGE Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Vice President of Finance
Acting Chief Administrative Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
ORNGE Inc. Key Developments
Ornge Appoints Homer Chin-Nan Tien as Chief Medical Officer
Sep 30 14
Ornge announced the appointment of Dr. Homer Chin-Nan Tien, an internationally-renowned, physician, administrator and educator, as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Tien joins Ornge from Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre where he is Medical Director for the Tory Regional Trauma Centre, Canada's trauma unit. He is also a Colonel in the Canadian Forces, having served as a Staff General Surgeon and Medical Officer in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Myanmar and the Golan Heights. In December 2011, Dr. Tien was presented the Order of Military Merit by the Governor General of Canada as a member of the Canadian Forces who demonstrated dedication and devotion beyond the call of duty. He presently serves as the Major Frederick Banting Chair in Military Trauma Research for the Canadian Forces and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.
Ornge Announces Return of its Sikorsky S76 Helicopters to Service
Jun 4 13
Ornge announced that it is returning its Sikorsky S76 helicopters to service. On May 31, the company voluntarily and temporarily took its five Sikorsky S76 helicopters offline out of an abundance of caution following a fatal accident involving an Ornge air ambulance helicopter in Moosonee. The company fixed wing aircraft, standing agreement carriers and local EMS services continued to be available to perform patient transports in this region. While the accident remains under investigation, preliminary information communicated to the company by the Transportation Safety Board did not raise concerns regarding the S76 fleet, and the company officials are confident they are safe to return to service. The S76 is flown out of bases in Thunder Bay and Kenora. Contingency plans to restore helicopter service in Moosonee are being developed. Further information will be communicated as it becomes available. Fixed wing aircraft will continue to be used for patient transport through the James Bay region during this time.
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