I'm curious as to how Mercy Air's protocols work throughout the US, specifically in Southern California/Southern Arizona. Are there corporate wide protocols that are followed or is it like ground EMS where each region has a unique set of protocols established by their individual medical directors? I've heard that the scope is extremely restrictive in CA for flight medics but opens up dramatically once you cross the state line and head to AZ, OR, Etc. Is anyone able to shed some light on this and eleborate on what the protocols are like for Mercy Air? (For medics) Also, is there a difference in protocols between companies like REACH or Mercy? Or is it all pretty uniform for the region?