Air medical industry leader Spectrum Aeromed is exhibiting now through July 30 at APSCON 2022 at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center.

Stop by Booth 100 on the exhibition floor to meet Spectrum Aeromed sales team members who will be on hand to answer all your questions and discuss their groundbreaking new fixed-wing ambulance module, the Infinity 5000X.

With a focus on improved patient and installer experiences, Spectrum Aeromed designed the 5000X module with more clearance, easier maintenance access, and improved aesthetics. The system consists of one common base with an interlocking stretcher and lighter-weight parts, offering a smaller footprint with fewer parts and easier installation.

The Infinity 5000X aims to revolutionize the air medical industry thanks to Spectrum Aeromed’s partnership with flight nurses and installers during the development stage. Throughout development, these vital crew members indicated their need for easy-to-use modules that retain their integrity while offering a quicker, streamlined installer and operator experience. Spectrum Aeromed designed the Infinity 5000X to enable crews to dedicate more of their valuable time to their life-saving work.

Experience the future of air medical technologies. Stop by the Spectrum Aeromed Booth 100 and visit with sales team members Matthew Christenson or Ricky Reno at ASPCON 2022 to learn more about the Infinity 5000X.

Founded in 1991, Spectrum Aeromed operates in a 17,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility at Fargo, North Dakota’s Hector International Airport. Spectrum Aeromed has designed and developed air ambulance medical interiors for hospital programs, military branches around the world, multi-mission charters and private operators, as well as custom VIP emergency medical interior suites for executive aircraft and heads of state. For more information, visit