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Flight Paramedics transport patients by aircraft and complete emergency medical procedures. Typical activities performed by a Flight Paramedic are offering advanced life support, maintaining documentation, completing safety training, replenishing the aircraft with supplies, and maintaining positive relationships with colleagues and the hospital. Those interested in a Flight Paramedic position should be able to showcase the following skills in his or her resume: clinical skills, medical teamwork, decision-making, being able to work under pressure, time management, and recordkeeping. Successful resume samples make display of the completion of a two-year degree program in paramedic training, with previous study of biology and chemistry.

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Flight Paramedic

  • Treatment and transport of critically injured patients.
  • Knowledge of IABP, Ventilators, IV pumps, Zoll MD and E-series monitor
  • Heavily involved in public speaking at public related events.
Candidate Info
42
years in
workforce
23
years
at this job
AS
Basic Science
BA
Fire Science
32

Flight Paramedic

  • Provide care and rapid transport for critically ill and injured patients from outlying facilities and remote scenes. Insure safe operations inside and around the aircraft. Monitor and initiate multiple vasoactive medications, airway protection and ventalatory assistance as needed.
  • Provide learning opportunities for outlying facilities and EMS services via CE classes.
  • Ensure competency of all appropriate equipment, safety procedures and protocols
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
33

Flight Paramedic

Provide advanced medical care in the flight environment.

  • Coordinate persons and equipment to affect the rescue and recovery of ill and injured patients.
  • Apply current medical therapies within the guidelines of protocol.
  • Responsible for the safety of patients, crew and the public.
Candidate Info
28
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
AS
Associate of Science
34

Flight Paramedic

  • Active member of AirLife Denver Flight Team as one of the first three Paramedics hired in the history of the program, responding to both scene and inter-facility calls, caring for adult and pediatric patients utilizing all the ALS and BLS skills of a Paramedic as well as advanced critical care skills such as ventilator management, management of IV infusions, and monitoring of chest tubes.
  • Training and performance of advanced skills and procedures covered under over 20 waivers from the state of Colorado including chest tube placement, surgical cricothyrotomy, adult and pediatric RSI, and the administration of multiple medications, including blood, under the direct supervision of the Medical Director on cadavers and actual patients.
  • Regular utilization of CRM and Critical Care Transport procedures as well as knowledge of emergency procedures to ensure safe operations and patient transports.
Candidate Info
29
years in
workforce
9
months
at this job
BA
Liberal Studies
Certification
35

Flight Paramedic

  • Routine detailed aircraft and medical equipment inspections, including proper operation and cleanliness
  • Transport patients to appropriate facilities
  • Perform advanced-level paramedic care to patients (e.g. ventilator, critical drips, chest tube management)
  • Conduct on duty and off duty training
  • Quarterly training to include run reviews, skills assessment/competencies, multiple patient assessments, and advanced procedures
  • Assist helicopter pilots with GPS navigation as well as use of night vision goggles during night operations
  • Maintain a clean living quarters with daily station duties
  • Inventory and re-stocking of supplies shipped to the base
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
N/a- Eme Education
N/a- Paramedicine
36

Flight Paramedic

  • Assist in flight marketing and public relations.
  • Assist with outreach education
  • Responsible for patient care and treatment in the pre-hospital and inter-hospital environment.
Candidate Info
19
years in
workforce
10
years
at this job
C
Certificate
Law
37

Critical Care Paramedic, Flight Paramedic Certified

  • Chair for the Retention, Recruitment, and Recognition Committee (current)
  • Co-Chair Unit Based Council
  • Key developer of the Unit Based Council for LifeLine
  • Collected date and information used for critical care paramedic pay increase
  • Represented LifeLine at The Frontline Experience and other events
  • Recommended several protocol changes based on current research
  • Vigilant on improving safety
  • Presented a several EMS conferences
Candidate Info
16
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
C
Certificate
BS
Business Administration
MA
Public Administration
38

Flight Paramedic

  • Operate with a nurse partner.
  • Open and advanced protocols and procedures.
  • Critical care provider to both scene and hospital transfer patients.
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Applied Science
39

Critical Care Flight Paramedic

Critical Care Flight Physiology and Field Surgical Techniques.

  • Patient documentation and HIPAA rules and regulations.
  • Management of Supply and Distribution.
  • Leadership and management of junior enlisted.
Candidate Info
29
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
C
Emergency Medical Technician / Pre-nursing
BFA
Organizational Communication
40

Careflight 6 Flight Paramedic

  • Critical care rotor wing flight program
  • Actively participates in PR education/outreach
  • Maintains all certifications and currency with AMC education criteria.
Candidate Info
21
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
Communications

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