Combined Team 2012
 The Medical Director of the Neonatal/Pediatric flight team is provided by a board certified neonatologist. The Medical Director of the Adult/Pediatric team is provided by a board certified emergency physician. Medical directors or their designees are accessible 24 hours a day. Attending physicians in the neonatal intensive care unit and the emergency department are available via radio and telephone for emergent intervention when required. Administrative staff is on call at all times.


Management consists of a Program Director, Chief Flight Nurse, Operations Manager, and a Communication/Transportation Supervisor, as well as lead staff over the team divisions. Unit staff includes Registered Nurses, ARNPs, Respiratory Therapists, Registered Nurses/Paramedics, ARNP/Paramedics, Paramedics, Communication/Transportation Specialists (EMTs), EMT/Drivers, Financial Representative and an Administrative Assistant.
Neonatal/Pediatric transport team members include: one Registered Nurse or ARNP and one Registered Respiratory Therapist. Basic requirements include:
  • Current state license
  • Current BLS, PALS, and NRP
  • Air Medical Resource Course
  • Completion of a 20 hour transport certification course
  • 4000 + hours RN experience including 2000 hours in a level II or III NICU experience
  • Advanced skills credentialing completed on a quarterly basis
The Adult/Pediatric transport team members include: one Registered Nurses/Paramedic or ARNP/Paramedic and Paramedic (other team members may be added based on the patient’s needs). Basic requirements include:
  • Current state license/ Certification
  • Air Medical Resource Course
  • Current BLS, ACLS, trauma certification, pediatric certification, and NRP
  • Advanced skills credentialing on a quarterly basis

Rotor wing services are provided by Med-Trans Corporation

Fixed wing aviation services provided by University Air