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Ambulancias aéreas | Jet Rescue

Operador Mundial de Ambulancias Aéreas


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.

Flight Nurse:

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:

  • Flight Physiology

  • 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

  • Travel medicine


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

Multilingual skills:

Many crew members speak several languages, including  English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, 

Special cases:

Depending on the age or medical condition of the patient, other specialists like pediatricians, neonatologists, gynecologists, obstetricians, surgeons, are available if required.

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