Our Team

Why Choose Us


Years of Medical Experience


Thousands of Medical Flights


Safety Record

Trinity employs highly skilled and experienced medical personnel that are dedicated to providing the highest standards of medical care. Our multi-lingual Medical Team consists of:

  • Physicians Emergency Room
  • Critical Care
  • Registered Nurses (RN)
  • Emergency Room
  • Intensive Care
  • Critical Care
  • Labor and Delivery / Obstetrics
  • Pediatrics
  • Critical Care Paramedics Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)
  • Advanced Airway Certification
  • FP-C / CCEMT-P / CCP-C
  • Respiratory Therapists ER and ICU
  • Hyperbaric

Current certifications held by our medical staff members

  • Flight Physiology – Completion of a U.S. Department of Transportation Air Medical Crew-Advanced National Standard Curriculum
  • ACLS – Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • ADMT – Advanced Diver Medical Technologist
  • ATLS – Advanced Trauma Life Support
  • BLS – Basic Life Support
  • NALS – Neonatal Advance Life Support
  • NRP – Neonatal Resuscitative Protocols
  • PALS – Pediatric Advanced Life Support
  • PHTLS – Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support

Each Medevac (medical evacuation) flight is staffed with Medical Team members, hand selected to meet the specific needs of each patient. Though some flights may be considered a Basic Life Support (BLS) transport, our team prepares for each flight as though it were a more critical Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) transport. This preparation ensures that any change in the patient’s condition during the transport can be managed.As part of Trinity’s commitment to quality patient care, all of our medical staff is professionally active in local hospitals, Fire-Rescue, Military and EMS Departments. With our involvement in the local health service community, Trinity stays current with the latest advances in the health industry.

Medical Director

Jeffrey A. Levy, MD, PhD

Jeffrey A. Levy, MD is a graduate of American University of the Caribbean, Medical School, and has a PhD in Pharmacology from Medical College of Virginia. He completed his residency for Internal medicine at Oakwood Hospital in MI., and is a fellow in Critical Care Medicine from University of Florida Health Science Center, Fellow in Surgical Intensive Care from Jackson Memorial Hospital.

He is Board certified in Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine. He has research experience postdoctoral Fellow, Immunology at Roger Williams General Hospital, Brown University in RI and Staff Scientist, Immunopharmacology at Michigan Cancer Foundation.

Dr. Levy has been practicing in South Florida since 1990. He is the Medical Director for Trinity Air Ambulance International and practices at Jackson North and Main Medical Center as a Critical Care Intensivist and has been recognized by America’s Top Physicians.

Trinity Air Ambulance

Quality Assurance Program

Trinity Air Ambulance International has an established Quality Assurance Program to ensure that we continue to maintain our high standards of service. Our Q.A. Program is monitored in-house by our Medical Director and Inger Lisa Skroder MN, ARNP.All medical equipment is Trinity-owned and maintained in accordance with manufacturer standards or higher. Our Medical Team checks the equipment pre- and post-flight for condition and systems operations. All medical bags are pre-packed for rapid response, and again re-checked before loading them into the aircraft. Pre-flight check lists are completed by the medical team before every departure.There is a continuous line of communication between the Medical Team, flight coordinators and airport operations before, during, and after each flight in order to maintain the highest quality of safe, uninterrupted service. Each transport team is equipped with International Cell Phones.At the conclusion of each transport, post-flight check lists are completed and flight notes are reviewed by our Medical Director and/or Inger Lisa Skroder MN, ARNP. Any questions the medical flight team or the Medical Director may have are addressed at this time. If areas for improvement are identified, they are promptly amended, implemented and distributed to the team and staff members.Please contact us if you have questions: (954) 771-7911Email: contact@trinityairambulance.com

Medical Equipment

Trinity uses the most up-to-date medical equipment available in the industry. To maintain the highest of industry standards, we check our equipment prior to and after each flight for condition and function. Supplies are fully-stocked and pre-packed at all times to ensure a rapid response.

  • 1 Stretcher: with electrical power source and FAA approved
  • 2 Cardiac Monitors: Physio-Control LifePak 15 – Cardiac Monitor/Defibrillator with external pacing
  • 3 Portable Ventilators: Care Fusions EnVe Critical Care Vent
  • 4 NIBP, Blood Pressure Cuffs
  • 5 Portable Pulse Oximeters
  • 6 MiniMed III Infusion Pumps
  • 7 Syringe Pumps
  • 8 Portable suction units
  • 9 GI/GU Kits
  • 10 Portable Oxygen Concentrators
  • 11 Oxygen: E and M tanks – for long range transports
  • 12 Oxygen regulators, tubing and respiratory masks
  • 13 Bag-valve-mask resuscitators
  • 14 Intubation kits
  • 15 Pediatric / Neonatal kits
  • 16 Obstetric kits for pre-term labor transfers
  • 17 Linens, blankets, towels & pillows
  • 18 Patient Care bags for hygiene
  • 19 Electrical power outlets
Trinity Air Ambulance
Trinity Air Ambulance