About Trinity

Mission Statement

At Trinity Air Ambulance, we are dedicated to providing compassionate, safe and timely medical services to our clients worldwide. We strive to be the most reliable, expedient, and caring Air Ambulance provider in the industry. With a highly qualified medical staff and state-of-the-art medical equipment, we can provide you with the best service and care.

Trinity Air Ambulance International, LLC was founded in 1999 by professional healthcare providers; a Nurse Practitioner, and a Firefighter. They saw the need for a quality air medical transport service with high ethical and moral standards. Trinity has grown and developed a remarkable reputation for providing a safe, caring, and reliable medical service. Through the dedication of our management and medical staff, Trinity maintains an impeccable safety record.

Today, Trinity’s founders continue to oversee and manage every detail of the company, ensuring that it continues as a proven provider of premium Air Ambulance services.

Inger Lisa Skroder MN, ARNP, a Nurse Practitioner, is the company’s CEO. Ms. Skroder coordinates and assists with every transport and participates on flights.

Tor Skroder RN, a Registered Nurse and former Firefighter, is responsible for airport operations, logistics and medical crewing.

Since Trinity’s conception in 1999 the founders have, and continue to, personally oversee each transport. Trinity is available for our clients 24 hours a day. In the time it takes other companies and brokers to locate an available aircraft, Trinity will have already secured hospital admission, completed the coordination process, and have their medical team airborne.

  • Trinity is owned and operated by licensed medical professionals.
  • U.S. licensed, incorporated, and insured.
  • Medical team can be airborne for air ambulance transfers in as little as 1 hour.
  • Owns and maintains state-of-the-art medical equipment used on every transport.
  • Employs experienced medical staff that is currently active in various specialties.
  • Skylink pilots receive recurrent flight training annually at an FAA approved Part 142 Flight Training Center.
  • Medical teams can travel to every continent in the world.
  • Trinity is a multilingual company.

Since the beginning, we at Trinity have had the privilege of assisting numerous prominent hospitals, organ procurement agencies, insurance companies, cruise-ships, foreign governments, Embassies, US government agencies, and countless wonderful private clients.

Who We Are


Jeffrey A. Levy

MD, PhD.

Inger Lisa Skroder


Tor Skroder


Experience A Trip

Here is how an air medical transport unfolds

  • Trinity receives a request for medical transportation by fax, email or telephone.
  • We answer all calls personally – we do not use answering services!
  • A Medical staff member will obtain a thorough medical report, including all patient and additional passenger information.

Medical Crew Evaluating Patient Fit to Fly

  • Our Medical Coordinator will evaluate the transport needs of the patient based on the information received.  The information received will assist us in determining the most appropriate medical facility for treatment.  Trinity can arrange all hospital admissions for you.
  • The flight Medical Team is selected based on the patient’s condition and medical needs.  The Medical Team may include a combination of: Physicians, Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Respiratory Therapists and Critical Care Paramedics.
  • A departure time is set and the medical team is dispatched.
  • Arrangements are made for ground ambulances on both sides of the air transport.
  • The patient’s Health Insurance Company, if needed, is contacted with notification of the transfer.
  • Updates on the transport itinerary are confirmed with the patient and family member(s).
  • Skylink pilots conduct a pre-flight check of the aircraft, obtain weather reports, file flight plans, determine fuel requirements and arrange for landing Internationally.

Learjet being fueled

  • Medical Team reviews the patient’s medical report and loads medical equipment and supplies into the aircraft.

Prepping the aircraft for a rescue

  • The aircraft departs enroute to the patient.  The team clears customs and immigration upon arrival internationally.
  • Pre-arranged ground transportation is waiting to receive and take the Medical Team from the airport to the patient’s bedside.
  • At the discharging facility, the Medical Team assesses the patient’s current condition and receives an updated medical report.
  • Medical Team prepares the patient for the transport and connects the patient to Trinity’s portable medical equipment: Oxygen, Cardiac Monitor-Life Pak, Ventilator, IV pumps, etc., as required.
  • Patient is transferred to our portable stretcher and secured for the ground transport ride back to the airport.

Team and patient arrive at airport

  • At the airport, the crew carefully transfers the patient into the aircraft.
  • Once inside the aircraft the Medial crew continues to monitor the patient while the aircraft departs.

Continually charting and monitoring

  • Upon arrival at the destination airport, the patient is safely transferred from the aircraft into the awaiting ground ambulance.

Patient is transfered from the aircraft

  • The ground ambulance then transports the patient, family member(s) and medical flight crew to the receiving hospital, clinic or private home.

Inger Lisa closing the Ambulance door

  • Once the patient arrives at the hospital, our Medical Team will give a medical report and hand over care to the receiving facility.
  • The Medical Team then returns to the aircraft for their flight home.
  • Critical Care Air Ambulance Medical Team Flies Home

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