Tragedy can strike at any time, and anywhere.
And if it happens, you want to be assured you have access to medical services.
Especially affordable services.
“People find themselves stuck across the country with medical needs, and they’re unable to fly commercial. And they’re also unable to afford a commercial air ambulance,” said Dr. Michael Gamble, Managing Director of “Grace on Wings”.
Greene County General Hospital is now partnered with “Grace on Wings”.
“Grace on Wings” is a non-profit, faith based air ambulance, that serves folks all around the United States.
It’s services are sustained by a volunteer staff of registered nurses, respiratory therapists, and paramedics.
The air ambulance is fully equipped with medical supplies and technology found on any ambulance.
This includes an IV infusion pump, portable ventilator, and cardiac monitor.
The non-profit air craft specializes in transporting patients from one state to another, in order to better fit their medical needs.
The program is managed at Greene County General Hospital, and has been flying patients around the US since 2006.