Bases located in Amarillo, Dalhart, Borger, TX and Guymon, OK.
Must live in or be willing to relocate to the region.
$20,000 Sign-on / Retention Bonus!
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision insurance
- Life insurance
- Disability insurance
- Paid time off
- License reimbursement
Apollo MedFlight, a growing Air Medical provider, is seeking a full-time Flight Nurse to join our Clinical team. With bases located in Texas, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Nebraska, we are always looking for dedicated clinicians to join our team. Our talented workforce is committed to safety and community, providing the best communication and air ambulance support model in the industry.
The Apollo mission is to provide safe, cost effective air medical transport and superior patient care that is available to all in need and to elevate the standard in the air ambulance industry, based upon ethical values and quality service.
Apollo MedFlight provides a comprehensive and competitive benefit package for full time employees including Company Paid Term Life, Health, Dental, Vision, and AD&D insurances. We offer housing benefits, 401(k) and a full array of training and career advancement opportunities.
The Flight Nurse functions under the supervision of the Senior Director of Clinical Operations and/or the Senior Clinical Manager & Clinical Base Lead. The Flight Nurse assures provision of care to an assigned patient population in a professional manner, utilizing the critical care process and the principles of continuous Quality Improvement in collaboration with other health team members, including other employees of Apollo MedFlight and the staff of the different EMS services and hospitals served. The Flight Nurse must be ready to perform other responsibilities besides patient care, including but not limited to base specific duties, customer service and performing education duties based on program and community needs. The Flight Nurse must support an organizational culture for Service Excellence and practice the Service Excellence standards to all customer groups.
KEY PERFORMANCE FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Demonstrate Professionalism and Excellence in all things done when representing Apollo MedFlight
- Treat all people with courtesy and respect
- Deliver a level of care you would provide to your family for all patients served
- Practice Teamwork
- Self-Motivated and willing to help wherever needed
- Continuous display of Accountability, Reliability and Quality
House wide Requirements
- Daily Crew Duties (Peer Reviews, Daily Bag Checks, Narcotic Accountability, Hanger/ House Duties, Patient Follow Ups, Daily Crew Call)
- Both attendance and instruction of internal continuing education
- Public Relation Events
Provision of Services/Care Standards
- The Flight Nurse must be familiar and comply with standing medical guidelines, policies, and procedures.
- Provide an environment conducive to safety for patients, families, employees, and other healthcare professionals.
PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:
- Ability to work in a confined and mobile critical care transport environment.
- Ability to communicate with patients, families, staff, physicians, support agencies, vendors, airport line staff, and others.
- Ability to remain calm during stressful situations.
- Ability to respond to phone calls quickly.
- Ability to evaluate and interpret information and make decisions as a critical care team.
- Ability to repeatedly twist, squat, stoop, bend, grasp, use fine hand coordination, push, and pull.
- Ability to lift a minimum of 100 lbs. independently and more with assistance.
- Exposure to infectious diseases, agents, and toxic chemicals.
- Ability to mix & administer medications, with correct knowledge of proper concentrations & dosages
- Aircraft (Including but not limited to: Fixed Wing & Rotor Wing platforms)
- Lifeport + Sled, Stretcher Systems
- Monitoring Devices (Including but not limited to: Zoll Monitors, TOCO, Glucometers)
- IV Regulatory devices (Including but not limited to: Shappire Infusion pumps, Blood Tubing, 10gtt and/or 60gtt sets, and dial a flow IV tubing)
- Trauma Equipment (Including but not limited to: immobilization devices, hemorrhage control devices, etc)
- Respiratory support equipment (Including but not limited to: Hamilton T1 ventilators, BVMs, Sea-Long Hoods, Oxygen delivery devices)
- Medications (Including but not limited to: Narcotics, ACLS medications, RSI medications, and other medications noted throughout the Standing Medical Guidelines & On-Line Medical Control)
- Telephone/ Push to Talk Radios/ Aircraft Satellite Phone
- Computer/ Fax Machine/ Printer
- EMSCharts, Baldwin Safety, Expensify
- Others not specified that are deemed necessary for safe patient transport.