Med-Trans Aviation Training Program

Med Trans is proud to offer a comprehensive training program for new-hire candidates and veteran MTC aviators alike.

New-hire training includes a complete review of FAR’s, aviation weather, navigation, airspace, aeromedical, aerodynamics, and blood borne pathogens.  Aircraft topics include an in depth study of systems, emergency and normal procedures, performance planning, limitations and weight and balance.  New-hire flight training consists of day, night, instrument and since 2006, night vision goggles.

MTC recurrent flight and ground training has always been well beyond the minimums required by the FAA and most other operators.  Ground training is currently performed by monthly quizzes covering every aspect of Part 135 operations.  Our flight training is conducted every 90 days under all conditions, day, unaided night, instrument and NVG.  Since all MTC aircraft are fully instrumented, an integral part of every recurrent training session includes precision and non-precision approaches.

We are especially pleased with our annual Crew Resource Management training.  These classes are taught to all pilots, medical crewmembers, communication specialists and administrators by professionals with years of experience in this field.    

While the current structure of our training program is expensive, MTC realizes the importance of maintaining the peak proficiency of our pilots.  This instills confidence not only in themselves but their medical crew as well.  By increasing PIC proficiency, we reduce risk and keep safety a top priority.      



Program Operations

Training and Education for Medical Crews and Communication Specialists is competency based in modules that provide didactic lectures with objectives and quizzes/tests.  All of the modules include supplemental articles and information to aid the participant in comprehending the lectures.  There is as pre-hire test to assess any gaps which focus the training efforts during orientation.  The modules can be conducted by self-study or lectures, based on the knowledge of crewmembers participating in the initial orientation or recurrent training.

Medical Crew modules include:

Module I – Airway and Respiratory

Module II – Aviation - The aviation module includes:

-        Air Medical History

-        Aviation Terminology

-        135 Certificate training for medical crews

-        EMS Helicopter Accident Review and Industry Recommendations

-        AMRM and CRM

-        Flight Physiology

-        Helicopter Safety

-        Crew Member Safety

-        Survival

-        PAIP

-        Flight Following/Skytrac

-        Navigation

-        Weather Interpretation

-        EMS Radios

-        NVGs

Module III – Advanced Procedures

Module IV – Cardiac

Module V – EMS

Module VI – Medical

Module VII – OB, Peds, and Neonate

Module VIII – Trauma

Skill Competencies for medical crews include:

-        Patient Assessment

-        Advanced Airway Management

-        Glidescope Ranger Operation

-        Continuous Positive Airway (CPAP)

-        LTV Ventilator

-        Univent 754

-  Masimo Rad-57 Operation

-        Pneumothorax

-        Portable and fixed suction

-        Baxter Syringe Pump

-        Minimed IV Pump

-        Glucometer

-        External Jugular Line Placement

-        Femoral Line Placement

-        EZ IO and Intraosseous

-        FAST Intraosseous Infusion System

-        RIC Placement Catheter Placement

-        Gastric Tube Placement

-        IABP

-        Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring

-        Propaq Monitor

-        Zoll CCT, M, E series Monitor

-        Welch Allyn PIC 50 Monitor

-        Therapeutic Hypothermia

-        NVGs

-        Medical Protocols

-        Pharmacology

Communication Specialist modules include:

-        Air Medical history

-        Aviation Terminology

-        Medical Terminology

-        EMS Radios

-        EMS Systems, Roles and Responsibilities

-        Haz Mat

-        Orientation and Training for Flight Followers

-        PAIP

-        Personal Safety, Stress Recognition, and Management

-        Quality Management

-        Documentation

-        Safety and the Flight Follower

-        Appropriate Utilization Air and Ground

-        Utilization of Ground Transport Services

-        Navigation

-        Weather Interpretation

-        Telephone Etiquette

-        NVGs



CAMTS

Program Operations will work with each program to undergo CAMTS accreditation.  The assistance that Med-Trans provides includes:

-        Review and assist with development of your PIF

-        Cross-reference the program and the aviation submissions to the PIF

-        Perform a mock-survey prior to the CAMTS survey to evaluate your processes during the development and prior to submission of    the PIF.

 



Marketing & Outreach

Med-Trans will assist the program in their marketing and outreach efforts.  As your partner, we will provide you marketing resources to assist you in your efforts.  



Quality Management (QM) & Risk Management

Med-Trans will provide education on Quality and Risk Management to your administration and team regarding how to integrate the QM and Risk Management into your helicopter EMS program.  

 



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