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What is the typical shift worked (i.e. 8, 12, 24 hour shifts)?

Pilots are limited to 12 hour shifts and medical crews typically work either 12 or 24 hour shifts.

What are the different types of medical team configurations?

There are many but some of the most common are: Nurse/Nurse, Nurse/Paramedic, Nurse/Respiratory Therapist, Nurse/Physician, Paramedic/Paramedic.

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