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A flight medic, is a generic term used to describe a paramedic that functions in an aeromedical environment. Typically the flight medic will work with a registered nurse, physician, another paramedic, or other allied health professional such as a Respiratory Therapist.[1] The flight paramedic is usually highly trained and has years of clinical experience in a high acuity environment. Flight paramedics usually are either certified as a FP-C or a CCEMT-P. Most hold certificates as instructors in various fields and educational topics. Contents 1 Programs 2 See also 3 External links 4 References Programs Currently, of the air medical programs 85-87% utilize flight paramedics[citation needed]. Typically, flight paramedics have five or more years of experience working in a critical care and 911 system environment. All require critical thinking skills and need to act as part of the team on the aircraft. See also Combat medic Medic Museum of Aerospace Medicine Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia Enlisted Medics (U.S. Air Force) External links International Association of Flight Paramedics References ^ Ron Walls MD; John J. Ratey MD; Robert I. Simon MD (2009). Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Expert Consult Premium Edition - Enhanced Online Features and Print (Rosen's Emergency Medicine: Concepts & Clinical Practice (2v.)). St. Louis: Mosby. pp. 2469–75. ISBN 0-323-05472-2.  This job-, occupation- or vocation-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This medical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e