in collaboration with the flight nurse and other medical crew members in the
transport and care of critically ill or injured patients. Assesses, manages and
treats patients during air or ground transport.Responsibilities: A listing
of the key responsibilities
and documents clinical rotations.
reports from referring hospitals/agencies, and gathers all relevant data.
patients with individualized care by evaluating effectiveness/outcome of care,
recognizing significant changes in patient condition, and modifying care based
on clinical presentation.
and documents procedures.
in shift safety briefings by communicating personal accountabilities by
indicating changes in road or air space conditions to crew members.
operational readiness of assigned transport vehicle(s) and medical equipment.
as a clinical resource. Precepts and guides new transport team members.
Perform other duties as required or assigned.
3 years of full time paramedic experience
Excellent communication skills desired with the
ability to work collaboratively as member of multi-disciplinary team.
Must be capable of meeting DHART mandatory
physical requirements as verified by the DHMC Occupational Medicine Service
during a pre-employment screening physical examination, and then yearly as
Must meet crew weight standard (100kg or less,
transport ready, in uniform).
Ability to travel unrestricted by air or ground
between the U.S. and Canada with the ability to travel to remote sites.
National Registry Emergency Medical Technician,
CCEMT-P, CICP certifications, NRP preferred.
Previous critical care transport experience and
public speaking experience desired.
Required Licensure/Certification Skills:
Paramedic currently eligible for
unrestricted licensure in the State of NH.