Worldwide Air Ambulance Service Jets
South America Air ambulance
Jet Rescue missions out of our Florida Base are always crewed with a specialized medical team of at least 1 nurse and 1 flight medic. Flights out of our Mexican based are always crewed with 1Flight doctor and 1 Flight Medic
Other specialized medical crew can be called upon, depending on the patient’s medical requirements.
Medical staff on Jet Rescue missions must comply with the following requirements:
Specialist status intensive care medicine .PreviousTransport experience. .
Continuous medical education.
Multilingual skills, English and French or German are mandatory.
Minimum 4 years experience as a registered nurse working in Intensive care or emergency room. Continuous medical education. Multilingual skills, English and German or French are mandatory.
Continuous medical education:
All staff are continuously trained for the special medical requirements of air ambulance transports. This means postgraduate professional education in:
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Advanced Pediatric Life Support
Trauma Life Support
Critical Care Medicine
Critical Care Transport Medicine
Crew Member Training
Infectious diseases and hygiene
We offer regular, full-scale-simulator-based CRM-training (Crew Resource Management) for all medical crew members.
We also offer fellowships with hospitals and ground ambulance operators.
Jet Rescue has close co-operations with well-known hospitals and institutions specialized in pediatrics and Trauma centers
Many crew members speak several languages, including English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese,
Depending on the age or medical condition of the patient, other specialists like pediatricians, neonatologists, gynecologists, obstetricians, surgeons, are available if required.