Flight Medic Float Jobs in Reno, NV at REACH Medical Holdings

Title: Flight Medic Float

Company: REACH Medical Holdings

Location: Reno, NV

Job Description:

Flight Medic – Float

The REACH Flight Medic (Float) provides customer oriented, high quality patient care, in a safe and efficient manner. In every situation the Float Flight Medic does what is right for the patient based on a thorough assessment and implementation of protocols, SOP’s and appropriate care. The Flight Medic (Float) position is intended to increase medical crew resources for immediate mitigation of controllable Out-of-Service (OOS) time due to various short-term and extended vacancies, including START team relief. The Flight Medic (Float) may service multiple base locations within a specific region as assigned.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Delivers customer oriented high quality paramedic care to each patient throughout the transport process.
Utilizes REACH clinical protocols to provide high quality patient care.
Performs paramedic expanded scope practice policies and procedures to deliver high quality patient care in the transport environment.
Demonstrates cognitive and motor skills necessary to perform paramedic scope practice policies and procedures.
Monitors, records, and reports to receiving staff, patient condition and response to interventions.
Properly utilizes aircraft radios and navigation tools to assist in the safe and efficient transport of the patient.
Represents REACH in public relations and safety in-services to improve awareness and safety. Other duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, or changed at any time at the discretion of management, either orally or in writing.

Job Requirements and Qualifications

Current unrestricted EMT-P license in the State of practice. (Oregon position: must possess Oregon EMT-P license 30 days prior to date of hire.)
Minimum of three (3) years of pre-hospital EMS experience (minimum of three (3) years “911”).
CCT experience desirable
Flight Paramedic experience preferred
Current AHA ACLS, AHA BCLS, AHA PALS and NRP provider.
BTLS, PHTLS or TNATC required within six (6) months of hire (talk with General Manager prior to class).
Must obtain local EMS accreditation in all counties worked in (when appropriate) within 30 days of hire.
FP-C desirable
CCT-EMTP desirabl
National certification (FP-C and CCP-C) required within one (1) year of hire.


Excellent customer service skills.
Ability to communicate professionally, effectively and persuasively.
Ability to maintain composure under pressure, works efficiently and accurately with frequent interruptions, able to triage multiple priorities.
Maintains a positive team attitude and cohesive working relationship with Nurses, Paramedics, Pilots, Maintenance Technicians, Communication Specialists and all other supporting departments.
Works independently and manages high stress levels while maintaining a good rapport with coworkers.
Maintains ongoing knowledge of relevant aviation protocols and policies.
County/LEMSA specific Requirements [items will vary per Local EMS Agency.

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