W.Va. medical center to purchase new helicopter

07/25/2013 | Charleston Daily Mail (W.Va.)

The Charleston Area Medical Center in West Virginia is set to replace its 13-year-old helicopter with a $3.5 million HealthNet helicopter. "Helicopters last for a long time, but we just want the newer technology for the citizens of the area," said Larry Hudson, CAMC's chief financial officer.

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