Hurricane Matthew has ravaged the Caribbean, destroying villages, families and lives. As the sun sets on October 4, 2016, the tiny island nation of Haiti was once again faced with catastrophe. Ayiti Air Anbilans is the only helicopter ambulance service in the country of Haiti. We quickly deliver world-class care when and where it is needed most. Places […]
Haiti Air Ambulance launched in 2014 with the mission to work with Haiti’s medical personnel in providing the best care possible to the country’s citizens and visitors. A rugged landscape and challenging roadways can separate caregivers at under-resourced hospitals from the emergency supplies their patients need. Haiti Air Ambulance’s two Bell 407 helicopters, pilots and […]
The inauguration of the first Haitian Flight EMTs is a monumental moment in Haiti. Since our inception in 2014, Haiti Air Ambulance has been dedicated to building our team of experienced Haitian personnel. The vision of our founders is to provide world-class medical care via emergency helicopter transport for Haitians, by Haitians.
We recently welcomed the President of Haiti, Michel Martelly, to our base. The President gave a brief speech, and even took the opportunity to try out a stretcher on the helicopter! We are immensely grateful for his continued support of this project.
We recently welcomed the First Lady of Haiti, Sophia Martelly, to our base. We are grateful for her support and encouragement. Photographer: Nadia Todres
Today, we made history in Haiti flying our first patient. 4 years after the earthquake, our dream of bringing a world-class HEMS program to Haiti has been realized!
After many years of work by HAA volunteers, we now have our first helicopter in Haiti! We will be making our first patient flight very soon… Below are a few images from a press day we had for Haitian TV and radio.
After a long wait in customs, our hangar beams are now on site and going up!
We are very happy to announce the concrete has been poured for our Helipad! We still have a significant amount of work until the base is finished, but this is an important milestone.