There are many important aspects of air medical transportation – perhaps none are as important as choosing the right medical team to oversee the patient’s journey. Every member of our team is carefully chosen. We have built an incredibly experienced and qualified team.
Our team maintains membership with the Medical Physicians Association and Civil Medical Association. Our staff of doctors and nurses carry Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Basic Life Support certifications and are skilled and certified aero-medical personal including:
- ICU-CCU Registered Flight Nurses
- Critical Care Doctors
- Respiratory Flight Nurses
- Paramedics and Flight RN Nurses
- Advanced Life Support Critical Care Flight Paramedics
- ER Flight Nurses
All staff and personnel maintain the latest updates to licensing and credentialing in their respective fields. Employees must have at least five years experience in critical care and maintain up to date certifications from a nationally recognized provider such as ACLS National for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). Employees must also maintain the designation of Air Medical Crew-Advanced National Standard (or a higher designation) and are trained in flight physiology.
Air Ambulance Service is proud to work on a regular basis with the essential men and women who form the backbone of the American Emergency Response network. Regional ambulances and emergency personal frequently transport our patients to and from care centers to the nearest airport. These men and women are highly skilled and truly enjoy their work and responsibility. Over the years, Air Ambulance Service.com has built a relationship and network of friends and co-workers across the United States.