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Flight Nurse - Born to Care
Join a positive, supportive environment that has a passion for excellent patient care
Work with top healthcare providers from across the country
Enjoy continuous professional development
Med-Trans is an industry leader that provides life extending air and ground medical transport services of the critically ill and injured. We are renowned for our state-of-the-art equipment, safety-first culture and patient care excellence.
Med-Trans offers competitive salaries and an outstanding benefits package including a 401(k) retirement plan with a company match.
Our Flight Nurse is responsible for the safety of patients prior to and during transport to medical care facilities. This includes provision of basic as well as advanced life support and critical care measures required to stabilize the critically ill or injured patient. This position requires proficiency in critical care nursing and knowledge of the interventions necessary for patient management in the aircraft/ambulance and during transport/flight. The Flight Nurse must also be familiar with aircraft operating procedures and safety practices. The ability to establish positive interpersonal and professional relationships is essential.
Three years recent nursing experience in an ICU and/or emergency department
Current RN licensue in the state(s) served by the assigned program
BCLS, ACLS, PALS certification
Instructor certifications (BLS, ACLS, PALS, NRP, TPATC)
Previous air medical/critical care transport experience
EVOC or CEVO (if not, will be provided prior to operating an emergencu vehicle)
Must obtain specialty certification (CFRN) within two years of hire date
Must obtain Transport Provider Advanced Trauma Course certification (TPATC) within one year of hire date
Successfully complete Neonatal Resuscitation Provider orientation
Working Conditions and Physical Environment
Days, weekends, evenings available with both 12-hour and 24-hour shifts
Must be able to lift 75 lbs.
Must be able to provider medical care within the confines of a helicopter