REACH Air Medical Services currently provides emergency air medical transportation services for the region from a temporary facility located at the Oceanside Airport. The proposed project would develop and operate a new permanent helipad, air medical crew trailer and supporting facilities at the City of Oceanside Fire Training Center located at 110 Jones Road. The helipad and support facilities would be situated at the northwest portion of the project site and approximately 100 feet from any structure. The services provided by REACH from the proposed facility would include: one fully certified turbine engine helicopter that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week with three crew members - a pilot, a registered paramedic, and a registered nurse (collectively, the "flight team"); on-site aircraft maintenance; and aircraft fueling activities.
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