Flight Safety Network took care of all the details so I didn’t have to worry.
Not much if any sales training except about 6 days of training which was of no help at all.
Selling their product in an area which was not a good place to sell their services.
I really did not want to spend money on stuff I figured I already knew.
And with 21 years' experience as a medic, I didn't think there was too much I hadn't already seen.
About the Author: Troy is an Air Medical Career Expert passionate about a team approach to improving air medical safety from the ground up.
Troy is a former Army medic, Army pilot, Coast Guard pilot and EMS pilot.A very rewarding job that allows you to give back to the local community. They treated each patient like a person and treated their employees like family.Typically a 7 day on shift of 12 hours followed by 7 days off. Night Vision Goggles and glass cockpit along with a dual axis auto pilot make the flying very easy and fun. Then the company was sold to a huge corporate company.Advanced skills as a critical care medical and learned a great deal because of the training that is available. Definitely a company that puts safety first and listens to feedback from the employees. We are given the tools and training we need to be successful in our missions. Each base has a different personality, Each base has a different schedule, but for most of the bases you will basically work 4 days one week (every other day) and then have a week off.A company that promotes growth from within and encourages constant learning. The training is great and the pay is better than anywhere else in the Midwest for medical crews.If your in search of a position in the air medical industry start here you'll be glad you did.