The Business of Air Ambulance Jet Service: COO

Air Ambulance Jets: The Business of Medical Flights (Part 2)

Air Ambulance Jets: The Business of Medical Flights

Nursing: Tough Job…That We Love!

Ronny Wilson, air ambulance jet, air ambulance austin, air ambulance houston, ajm chief operating officer, star flight, star flight austin

The Business of Air Ambulance Jet Service: COO

In keeping with our continuing series of discussions on the business of air ambulance service, this month’s article is the third in the series.  In the first two presentations, we looked at how Danielle Wilson went from nursing to Registered Flight Nurse, and on to CEO of Aero Jet Med
Continue Reading →
medical transportation, air ambulance jet, air ambulance jets, air ambulance fixed wing, fixed wing air ambulance, ambulance, medical flights, global medical flights, emergency medical evacuation, air ambulance

Air Ambulance Jets: The Business of Medical Flights (Part 2)

In last month’s article we took an in-depth look at how Aero Jet Medical’s President and CEO went from a sixteen year old girl who felt “utter helplessness” when she came upon a terrible car accident to, in 1994, becoming the youngest flight Registered Nurse in the nation.  So, how di
Continue Reading →
danielle wilson, air ambulance jet, air ambulance, emergency medical flight, medical flight, fixed wing jet air ambulance, fixed wing air ambulance, jet air ambulance

Air Ambulance Jets: The Business of Medical Flights

What do you think of when you think of an air ambulance jet service?  A father needing to get home after suffering a myocardial infarction while on a business trip?  A child needing to return to long term rehabilitation after an acute stay in a specialty hospital away from home?  Or p
Continue Reading →
international air ambulance, air ambulance, case manager, case managers, fixed wing air ambulance, medical transport

Nursing: Tough Job…That We Love!

There has been a lot of talk lately about the nursing profession.  We here at Aero Jet Medical know a little something about nursing…our President and CEO, Danielle Wilson, at only 24 years old was the youngest flight nurse in the country at the time she entered this newly evolving sp
Continue Reading →