Professional Development

Ride Along Program, Critical Care Courses and Seminars

Boston MedFlight is one component of a much bigger critical care delivery team that includes clinicians and caregivers from our region’s hospitals, fire personnel, police, first responders, paramedics and EMTs. If we all understand each other’s operations, roles and responsibilities, the better care and service we will provide to our patients and their families. And at the end of the day, that’s all that matters.

To give other professionals in the critical care continuum the opportunity to get to know us, we developed our educational and development programs. The goal is to provide our partners in care with a detailed understanding of our environment and our capabilities.

Boston MedFlight Ride Along Program

The Boston MedFlight Ride Along Program provides the opportunity to accompany our teams in our aircraft and ground transport vehicles. First developed as a training tool for potential Boston MedFlight employees, we now offer Ride Alongs to first-responder partners and hospital-based clinicians (including nurses and physicians doing residencies or fellowships). To qualify for our Ride Along Program, you must:

  • Be employed by an EMS agency or hospital in the Boston MedFlight service area and have been in good standing with your employer for at least one year
  • Not have participated in a Ride Along at any time within the past 36 months
  • Weigh less than 210 lbs fully clothed (helicopter Ride Alongs only)
  • Not suffer from motion sickness (helicopter Ride Alongs only)

FCCS: The Fundamentals of Critical Care Support

This course is sponsored by the Society of Critical Care Medicine and provides exposure to the essential principles of critical care. The course, which consists of lectures and skill stations, offers guidance for decision making in the care of critically ill patients during the initial hours of management.

Check the Course Calendar for upcoming dates.

PFCCS: The Pediatric Fundamentals of Critical Care Support

This course, sponsored by the Society of Critical Care Medicine, includes lectures and skill stations that address the core components of the early management of critically ill, pediatric patients.

Check the Course Calendar for upcoming dates.

Course Calendar
06 - 20
2020 November Critical Care Conference
Three -- 3 hour sessions 
Nov 6th   : 8:00-11:30
Nov 13th : 8:00-11:30
Nov 20th : 8:00-11:30
In honor of Boston MedFlight’s 35th Anniversary 
and as our way of saying Thank You 
to our fellow healthcare providers. 
CECH hours have been applied for with the Air & Surface Transport Nurses Association and are pending approval.
Watch for registration link...coming soon.
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