Using aviation resources in a closed loop methodology: delivering critical medical supplies, equipment and specialty teams into areas of great need.
Please support future missions to L'Hôpital Immaculée Conception and surrounding rural clinics near Les Cayes, Haiti !
Trailer for Upcoming Documentary on Archangel Airborne
Mission AA011 to Haiti has launched!
Archangel Airborne's current mission to Haiti is progressing well. The forward team has arrived at Fort Pierce, FL where they will remain overnight, and prepare for the direct flight to Port au Prince tomorrow. The mission will then continue through May 27, serving Les Cayes and the surrounding communities.
Short introductory videos
News article in The Scranton Times Tribune, March 25, 2012. (Picture below links to the online article.)
News coverage by NBC affiliate WBRE, January 17, 2012. (Picture below links to the TV piece aired on WBRE, and article)
Stuart Hirsch interviewed on YNN on the 2nd anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti - January 12, 2012 (Picture below links to YNN article and video)
Stuart Hirsch and Mike Lovelace interviewed at AOPA Live on July 28, 2011.
Article in the Catholic New York, March 23, 2011.
Article in the Wayne Independent, Jan 11, 2011.
WJFF Radio Catskill 90.5 FM interview with Stuart Hirsch, Dr. Jean Hibbert and Mike Lovelace in July 2010. (Link opens to an mp3 file that can be heard with an mp3 browser plugin or player.)
Article in the Hudson Reporter, July 25, 2010.
Article in the Asbury Park Press, July 23, 2010.
Archangel Airborne is very grateful for the generous support from:
Emergency Medical Associates (EMA) is a group of professional physician partners uniquely supported by exceptional solutions for the measurable success of our hospital partners. The organization is focused on the provision of clinical excellence and world-class emergency services to hospitals and health systems.
Archangel Airborne is utilizing best practices in training and promoting safe patient care developed by:
LifeWings is the global industry leader in using aviation safety, leadership, team building, and human factors tools to reduce patient-harming medical errors and improve safety and quality.
During this Spring season, we are reminded of the the gift of light, life and hope. The darkness of poverty and disparity obscure the promise of life for many beyond our borders and the threat of natural disaster brings loss and challenge to our shores. In the face of these crises, let us unite realizing that at the heart of faith is hope and at the core of service is a fierce love that empowers us to overcome the darkness. In Servitium Ad Omnes...In Service to All!
- Stuart Douglas Hirsch