Education & Simulation

EagleMed has developed and implemented comprehensive training systems to address the risks associated with the work environments that our employees are exposed to on a daily basis. These include Mobile Education Unit (MAME-U) Aircraft Simulation, Night Vision Devices (NVG), Human Patient Simulators and a Learning Management System (LMS).


Human Patient Simulators

Human Patient Simulators are able to mimic real life patient encounters and enhance medical crews proficiencies in a training environment thus producing a more highly trained medical crew. The simulators are available to the medical crews for initial and continuing education or at the crews request to enhance patient safety.



EagleMed Pilot Training

A significant control measure and Best Safety Practice (BSP) that defines EagleMed as an industry leader is our internal training program.  We exceed industry standards and FAA regulatory requirements by providing hands-on training every four months to our pilots, which includes practical application and demonstrated proficiency by all assigned pilots in Night Vision Goggles (NVG) and instrument procedures to include IIMC and an evaluation of the pilot's knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) specific to general aviation and flight-related activities.  Additionally, we employ web-based FAA-approved blended learning that compliments or hands-on training by providing an extensive curriculum of general aviation topics and aircraft/airframe specific materials.  We also leverage simulation through our partnership with Flight Safety International as an incremental measure to enhance our emergency procedures and IIMC training.

Full Flight Simulators

With advanced audio, motion and visual capabilities, our FAA/JAA-qualified Level D full flight simulators are built to the world's highest standards to provide a realistic environment for duplicating every phase of flight. Each full-motion simulator accurately represents the experience of flight, providing high-fidelity tactile and auditory sensations, visual system response within milliseconds, and advanced flight deck options such as the Honeywell Head-Up Display (HUD) system.