Jeffrey A. Levy, MD, PhD
Chief Medical Director
Jeffrey A. Levy, MD is a graduate of American University of the Caribbean, Medical School, and has a PhD in Pharmacology from Medical College of Virginia. He completed his residency for Internal medicine at Oakwood Hospital in MI., and is a fellow in Critical Care Medicine from University of Florida Health Science Center, Fellow in Surgical Intensive Care from Jackson Memorial Hospital. He is Board certified in Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine. He has research experience postdoctoral Fellow, Immunology at Roger Williams General Hospital, Brown University in RI and Staff Scientist, Immunopharmacology at Michigan Cancer Foundation. Dr. Levy has been practicing in South Florida since 1990. He is the Medical Director for Trinity Air Ambulance International and practices at Jackson North and Main Medical Center as a Critical Care Intensivist and has been recognized by America’s Top Physicians.
3535 Galt Ocean Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Michael J. King M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.C.P.
Former Medical Director & Founding Member
Inger Lisa Skroder MN, ARNP
Chief Executive Officer, Founding Member
Tor Skroder RN
General Manager & Founding Member
Vise President & Founding Member
Trinity Air Ambulance International was founded, is owned and operated by an elite team of healthcare professionals. They envisioned and created a company based on safety, customer care, and honesty while providing exceptional service to our patients and their family members. They have built the foundation to Trinity Air Ambulance International’s success as a leader in the industry.
Trinity Air Ambulance International’s medical travel team is comprised of highly trained critical care experts. They are seasoned professionals that work in local emergency rooms, intensive care units and fire departments, have logged hundreds of medical flights, and have extensive international experience performing Aero Medical Transports.
All Trinity Air Ambulance International’s staff and personnel maintain the latest updates to licensing and credentialing in their respective fields. They maintain up to date certifications from nationally recognized providers such as ACLS National for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS); as well as, the designation of Air Medical Crew-Advanced National Standard (or a higher designation) and are trained in flight physiology. Due to the nature of flying, it is pertinent to have only the best and most qualified personnel on board to ensure the highest quality of patient care and safety.
Tor Skroder, RN
Chief Operating Officer
Tor Skroder gained valuable experience during his 8 years (1993-2000) as a Fire Fighter for the Vancouver Fire and Rescue Department in the city of Vancouver, Canada. During 4 of those years, Tor served as a member of the Technical Rescue – High Angle and Confined Space Team. Looking for a new challenge, in 2000 Tor moved to Florida and continued his career in the healthcare industry. By December 2003 he completed his Nursing degree and was licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN) in February 2004.. Mr. Skroder has continued his education by expanding his field of expertise to include the many detailed aspects of aircraft operations, maintenance and management. In December 2007 he earned his Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) License from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and is currently a multi-engine pilot.
Lars Skroder, Vice-President, is a Honors graduate from the University of Miami: Bachelor of Science of Communication. He was also recognized as being Outstanding Senior in Broadcasting. Lars is actively involved in developing and maintaining international client relations, attending industry events as well as, when stateside, assisting with missions.
Thomas Baldwin, SCT-Paramedic
Instructor/ Chief Flight Paramedic
Inger Lisa Skroder MSN, ARNP
Chief Executive Officer
Ms. Skroder began her nursing career in her home city of Vancouver, Canada. She graduated from the Vancouver General Hospital School of Nursing in 1989 and began working as a nurse in Florida shortly thereafter. After many years of working in various South Florida hospitals, she moved to Seattle in 1996 to continue her education in medicine. In 1997, she completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) at the University of Washington. In 1998 Inger Lisa returned to Florida to complete her Masters and perform her final clinical practicum with Dr. King. She graduated with her Masters Degree from the University of Washington’s Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program in 1999. In 2000, Inger Lisa became the first Nurse Practitioner ever hired by American Airlines. Ms. Skroder has logged in over a hundred medical flights, and goes above and beyond the traditional role of a CEO and business owner to ensure the quality of service that Trinity Air Ambulance International is regarded for.