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Hi I’m new to the forum, starting the process of figuring out how to get hired in the HEMS industry after retiring from the USCG l have two years left. Unfortunately it looks like my last job before I retire won’t be flying. I’ve got about 4500 hours total time, ATP, CFII, NVG time etc. So here is my question, what are the currency requirements typically for getting hired on for an EMS job? I’ll likely be out of the cockpit for a little less than 2 years but plan on doing some GA fixed wing flying. Might try to find a school that needs an instructor but not sure on that possibility or if I’ll have the time.

thanks

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We have float and flex positions at my company (part timers).  Check with the Air Ambulance providers around the area where you will be stationed and see if they will hire you as a part timer.  If you are current now and they want to keep you that way it's a win-win situation.

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19 hours ago, heeters78 said:

We have float and flex positions at my company (part timers).  Check with the Air Ambulance providers around the area where you will be stationed and see if they will hire you as a part timer.  If you are current now and they want to keep you that way it's a win-win situation.

Which company?

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