A flight nurse is the same thing as a registered nurse. The only difference is that a certified flight nurse performs the duties on a plane. They usually have the same responsibilities and training that traditional nurses do, with a few differences that will be outlined in the following four points. If you are planning on taking a flight, here are four things you can expect from the flight nurse: 1. Quick and Sharp Thinking
Dana Erskine-Pando, COO of Flying Nurses International, spoke on the panel addressing Safety and Health at Sea at the recent ShippingInsight conference held in Stamford, CT. Along with Dana, the distinguished panelists included the Director of Business Development for FIKE, a fire suppression management company, the ship’s Captain/President of Organization of Black Maritime Graduates, the military and family caregiver Subject Matter Expert/CEO of WiseHealth Inc., and the ship’s Captain/Vice President of Fleet Management Limited. Each
Palm Coast Award Program Honors the Achievement PALM COAST September 26, 2019 — Flying Nurses International LLC has been selected for the 2019 Best of Palm Coast Award in the Nursing Agency category by the Palm Coast Award Program. Each year, the Palm Coast Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business
NYU Langone Medical Center, a premier teaching and research hospital in New York City, is ranked #9 in the nation on the Best Hospitals Honor Roll. The dedicated nurses and doctors who work for the hospitals consistently win national awards and are counted among the best in the country in safety and quality of care. Flying Nurses International is often called upon by the NYU Langone family of hospitals to transport those patients within their
Flying Nurses International had the awesome privilege of escorting Ms. Gladys Burrill, who holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the oldest female marathon runner. She is now 100 years young! She and our flight nurse, Pat Mosher, enjoyed their time together on their journey. We wish you many happy years to come, Gladys!!