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Help save lives by serving in University of New Mexico Hospital’s (UNMH’s) Lifeguard Air Emergency Services. You’ll ensure safe, timely transport and critical care of patients with conditions such as a traumatic injury, heart attack, stroke, pregnancy complication or pediatric emergency.
Crew & Staff
The Lifeguard team includes:
- Certified communication specialists who handle all flight arrangements 24/7, hold paramedic licenses and are familiar with all New Mexico hospitals.
- Experienced pilots.
- Highly trained flight nurses and paramedics.
Team members have access to UNMH’s full support services.
As a new hire, you’ll participate in an orientation process that includes:
- 12 hours in clinical rotation in level III newborn intensive care.
- 12 hours in labor and delivery.
- 24 hours in pediatric intensive care.
- 24 hours in adult intensive care.
- Intubation in the operating room per rapid sequence intubation policy.
- Rapid sequence intubation class.
- Assigned reading.
- Review of policies and procedures and the orientation manual.
Training & Certification
Maintain your skills with:
- Monthly QA meetings.
- Monthly airway training per intubation policy.
- Biannual critical care transport course.
Each year, you’ll participate in:
- Survival training exercise.
- Compliance training modules as assigned.
- Safety briefings for aircraft.
- Crew Resource Management training.
- Equipment competency testing.
- Hearing screening.
- Tuberculosis screening.
- Tuberculosis mask fit testing.
- NAACS Certified Flight Communicator Training Course.