Flight Nurse

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Leeanna Boisen

leeanna.boisen@gmail.com | (183) 975-9309 | Springfield, MO


I have over three years of experience as a Flight Nurse. I am certified in both ACLS and PALS, and have worked extensively with critically ill patients. In my current role, I provide care to trauma patients en route to the hospital, utilizing critical thinking skills to make split-second decisions that could mean life or death for my patient. I am also responsible for providing guidance and support to new flight nurses on our team. My passion lies in working with acutely ill patients and their families during some of the most difficult times in their lives


Flight Nurse at Air Evac Lifeteam, MOJun 2022 - Present

  • Successfully completed 50+ medical evacuations.
  • Successfully administered IV fluids and medication to 30+ patients in-flight.
  • Maintained communication with ground teams during all phases of flight for 10+ missions.
  • Monitored vitals and provided care to 20+ critically ill or injured patients en route to the hospital.
  • Assisted in loading/unloading of patient(s) onto aircraft during 15+ night landings.

Flight Nurse II at Children's Hospital of St. Louis, MOSep 2019 - Apr 2022

  • Successfully completed 150+ intubations during transport.
  • Assisted in the care of over 500 patients ranging in age from 1 day to 99 years old.
  • Successfully managed and operated all medical equipment on board the aircraft while providing patient care.
  • Demonstrated expert knowledge in emergency medicine, critical care, and neonatal/pediatric nursing.
  • Maintained a high level of professionalism at all times while working long hours under stressful conditions.


Associate Degree in Nursing at St. Louis Community College, MOAug 2015 - May 2019

I have learned how to effectively communicate with patients, how to document patient care, and how to provide quality patient care.


  • Flight Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Emergency Room Nursing
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nursing
  • Pediatric Intensive care unit (PICU) nursing
  • Adult intensive care unit (AICU) nursing
  • Trauma Nurse

Aitana Dibianca

aitana.dibianca@gmail.com | (904) 384-0300 | Helena, MT


I have over 3 years of experience as a Flight Nurse. I am certified in both Critical Care Nursing and Emergency Nursing. In my role, I provide direct patient care during air medical transport missions and work closely with the pilot to ensure safe travel for our patients. I have a strong focus on providing high-quality care and ensuring positive outcomes for my patients.


Flight Nurse at Life Flight, MTMar 2022 - Present

  • Successfully completed 5,000+ patient flights.
  • Provided critical care to patients in-flight and on the ground.
  • Successfully managed complex medical emergencies in-flight.
  • Demonstrated expert level knowledge of advanced aviation equipment and technology.
  • Maintained a 100% safety record during all patient flights.

Flight Nurse II at Air Evac, MTAug 2019 - Mar 2022

  • Successfully completed 100+ hours of in-flight training.
  • Successfully transported 200+ patients via air ambulance.
  • Provided high-quality patient care during transport, ensuring patient safety and comfort.
  • Worked effectively as part of a team to provide seamless patient care.
  • Maintained detailed medical records for each patient transport.


Associate Degree in Nursing at Montana State University, Bozeman, MTSep 2014 - May 2019

Some skills I've learned are: how to take and record vital signs, how to start an IV, how to administer medications, how to perform CPR, and how to care for different types of wounds.


  • Nursing
  • Critical Care Nursing
  • Emergency Nursing
  • Neonatal Nursing
  • Flight nursing
  • Airway management
  • Invasive line insertion