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Flight Nurses are registered nurses who are trained to administer critical, emergency, and pre-hospital care to patients during rescue operations or aeromedical evacuations. Duties shown on example resumes of Flight Nurses include operating medical equipment like mechanical ventilation machines, oxygen tanks, and Zoll monitors; and maintaining communications with sending and receiving entities and flight operations. Applicants interested in becoming Flight Nurses should be able to show experience in neonatal resuscitation, pediatric advanced life support, advanced cardiac life support, and pre-hospital trauma life support on their resumes, as well as minimum experience of five years in a critical care-based hospital setting.

For more information on what it takes to be a Flight Nurse, check out our complete Flight Nurse Job Description.

1

RN, CEN, Nremt-b / Flight Nurse

Performed all duties as required for the comprehensive care of patients presenting for treatment and transport.

  • Participated in the interviewing process for prospective new employees.
  • Mentored new employees upon arrival to ensure competent, safe and practical care to our clients.
  • Presented custom lectures at conferences and upon request to our referral region and our agency contemporaries.
  • Ensured the integrity of research projects by properly administering them at both the patient and base levels upon the direction of the medical director.
  • Promoted the organization personally and professionally as to enhance our exposure to potential clients in the region.
  • Maintained and promoted a workplace free from harassment or discrimination and one in which integrity was instilled as a core value.
  • Acted as a good steward of the companies assets which included but were not limited to it's time, money and material.
Candidate Info
25
years in
workforce
11
years
at this job
2

Flight Nurse

Provide a higher level of care for patients in a clinical setting that needs transferred to a higher level or specialized care facility.

  • Ability to assess the nature and extent of illness or injury of the patient to establish and prioritize the care needed for safe transport of the critical patient to the appropriate facility.
  • Qualified knowledge to provide care for patients in the assigned clinical area and responsible for carrying out the goals assuring that safety remains the highest priority throughout the transport.
  • Ability to provide nursing care from the initial contact until patient care is administered to the accepting medical facility
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
AS
Nursing
BS
Nursing
MA
Nursing
3

Flight Nurse

Aeromedically evacuated soldiers and civilians in support of the Global War on Terror and humanitarian efforts

  • Implemented nursing care plan for soldiers with all levels of criticality functioning at a hospital level
  • Medical Crew Director for 36 combat missions abroad, fixed wing aircraft C-130, KC 135 and C17
  • Officer in Charge of Health Services Inspection for Unit resulting in outstanding achievement rating 98%
  • Awarded Flight Nurse of the Year 2010 National Achievement
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
1
month
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
BS
Nursing
4

Clinical Coordinator/flight Nurse

Served as the professional medical authority in the [company name]. Participated as medical crewmember on two to four air mobility missions per month.

  • Evaluated patients and determined stability levels for air mobility movements for defined care at other military facilities
  • Responsible for air mobility movements exceeding 84,000 patients annually
  • Coordinated and briefed staff on urgent, priority, special interest patients
  • Assisted flight nurses who encountered in flight problems
  • Trained and supervised newly assigned Flight Clinical Coordinators
  • Conducted liaison visits to various military medical facilities each month
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
BSN
Professional Military Education
MBA
Health Care Administration
Education/training
5

Emergency Room Nurse, Flight Nurse

Emergency room staff nurse in a Critical Access Hospital in Barrow, Alaska.

  • Served as flight nurse caring for critical patients. Promoted health and support of patients and families in coping with illness.
  • Decisively and confidently made judgments on patient conditions and called doctors based on decision.
  • Effectively assimilated, interpreted, and reported changing patient data to ensure optimum care.
  • Nurse to Patient Ratio 1:4
Candidate Info
22
years in
workforce
5
months
at this job
AA
Associate of Arts
AS
Nursing
BA
Nursing
6

Flight Nurse Promoted to Critical Care Manager - STAT Air/stat Care

Direct management of operations and personnel of the critical care transport units (both air and ground)

  • Responsible for scheduling of personnel and daily operational oversight of the critical care transport function
  • Developed and implemented protocols and procedures
  • Provided quality nursing care and performed advanced skills during the transport of critically ill or injured patients
  • Arranged, assigned, and conducted programs for contact between aeromedical program representatives and the public (i.e. set up and assign/present helicopter safety in-services, continuing education lectures, and speaking engagements)
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
AS
Nursing
7

Senior Flight Nurse

Provided preoperative and postoperative nursing care for cosmetic, podiatry, and dermatology clients for example facelifts, hammer toes, and facial skin cancers

  • Performed operating room circulating nurse duties as needed.
  • Supervised an ancillary staff of four professional staff of surgical technicians and nurses
  • Coordinated and presented educational lectures for the professional staff by use of handouts and, classroom lecture and teaching one on one
Candidate Info
13
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Nursing
8

Flight Nurse

[company name] was the only rotor wing air ambulance provider servicing Mobile Alabama and surrounding counties from 1986-2004, when the University of South Alabama owned and operated program was put out of service. [company name] was a single engine aircraft capable of transporting one critically ill or injured patient.

  • Duties include flying by helicopter to emergency sites and outlying hospitals to treat and transport critically ill or injured patients as dictated by emergency protocols and medical direction provided by trauma surgeons at The University of South Alabama Medical Center.
  • Trained in advanced practice procedures including rapid sequence induction, intubations, intraosseus needle placement, needle cricothyrotomy, and needle thoracotomy.
  • Participated in teaching Trauma Outreach, an educational class for physicians and hospital personnel in outlying areas.
  • Active role in aviation safety classes for hospital and emergency services in Mobile and surrounding counties.
  • Managed new employee orientation and alternate flight nurse training.
  • Participated in Operation 40 proof the first two years established.
  • Relief chief flight nurse.
Candidate Info
18
years in
workforce
18
years
at this job
BS
Nursing
9

Flight Nurse/lead Trainer Clinical Informatics

Lead Trainer; responsibilities include directed Cerner software training implementation program for all 4,200 hospital employees including physicians and nurses.

  • Organized and led a staff of thirty trainers and Super User Support Staff
  • Provide critical care and transport via helicopter for both critically ill medical and trauma patients.
  • Provided specialty critical-care pediatric transport in conjunction with the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
  • Functioned as staff preceptor to new RNs.
Candidate Info
26
years in
workforce
10
years
at this job
AS
Nursing
BSN
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Business
10

Medevac Flight Nurse

Functions as a member of the critical care transport team and is responsible for the care of critically ill or injured patients transported by the STAT Medevac system.

  • Responsibilities include patient care incorporating assessment, stabilization, and intervention techniques consistent with standards and protocols approved by the Medical Director.
  • Execute independent judgment in order to deliver appropriate care that is consistent with the clinical protocols, when contact with a medical command physician is not possible.
  • Function as a part of a team and share responsibility for the team's conduct.
  • Fulfilled education and experiential requirements as established by the STAT Medivac Medical Director, and performed other duties as assigned.
  • Supported and upheld the mission, goals, and objectives of the STAT Medivac system at all times.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
AS
Nursing
Nursing

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