Between Airmethods and AirEvac there are close to fifty open jobs across the U.S. Does anyone else find that interesting ?
Also there are about a dozen on Flight Web..
I worked in the ER for 6 years, did ALS transports on the ground, as an RN for 3 years, and felt very lucky to get my flight job in 2007. They are not that easy to come by, even with experience. Getting a slot right out of school would be tough. I feel like my experience wasn't enough. Looking back, a couple of years in the ICU would have been great. My recommendation would be a couple of years in the ED and a couple in the ICU's. Good Luck. You'll make it.
Chris Connor RN
Last edit by CConnorRN on Sep 3, '09
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