Chief Executive Officer
In 1984, Tim joined Frank Halley and two other gentlemen to form the first prepaid emergency medical transportation company. Tim helped author the first ten benefit service agreement that became the standard for most of the industry. In 1985, the company was named Medical Air Services Association (MASA) which became the largest prepaid emergency transportation company in the world.
As President, Tim helped Frank open 22 offices in 13 countries. MASA was a ten-time winner of the Best in the Virgin Islands award and a nine-time winner of the U.S. Commerce Department’s Best in Industry award, and in 2014, MASA was accepted into the U.S. Commerce Department’s Hall of Fame.
In 2015, MASA was sold. Tim stayed on for two more years, before taking a brief retirement in 2018. With Global Medevac, Tim has created the best, most comprehensive prepaid emergency medical transportation plan in the industry. He hired a winning team with decades of experience in the emergency trauma response and insurance industries.