Interview with Kylee Morgan

    Kylee Morgan is a flight paramedic who has come down to Haiti to volunteer with Haiti Air Ambulance. After hearing so many great things about HAA for over a year, she wanted to see what providing critical care in an area with minimal resources was like and was intrigued to experience the lifestyles and ways […]

    From a firefighter to a flight paramedic, Greg Hamilton confides in HAA

    Greg Hamilton has come down to Haiti for two weeks to volunteer with Haiti Air Ambulance as part of the volunteering program. if the landscape does not appear so foreign to him, because coming from Colorado, he is used to the mountainous landscape. however, he admits that every single landing was a scene landing to […]

    10 Questions with Matt Bonnett

      On his anniversary with Haiti Air Ambulance the program director shares insights about Haiti, HEMS and driving in Port-au-Prince Prior to joining Haiti Air Ambulance, paramedic Matt Bonnet spent 25 years of active duty flying nearly 600 rescue and medevac missions with the navy and marine corps. His career also includes foreign diplomacy time, […]

    Little Fredlin Breathes Again

    TAKE a deep breath. Could you hold it for 10 seconds? 20 seconds? 30 seconds, maybe? But probably not for more than a minute, right? In Haiti, an island nation filled with rocky terrain, a drive to or from a hospital can be a challenging 5, 6 or 7 hour ride! Sometimes impossible. Patients often don’t […]

    Hurricane Irma Devastation in Haiti

    Life-saving medical helicopters continue to fly Ever since Hurricane Irma coursed along Haiti’s northern coast on September 7, 2018, Haiti Air Ambulance has flown missions non-stop. Our state-of-the-art helicopters and experienced medical crew are permanently based in Port au Prince, uniquely positioning us to provide life saving services 365 days per year. And those days […]

    Medical Evacuation in Haiti

    Haiti Air Ambulance Medical Evacuation Readiness Hurricane Irma passed over the northern edge of Hispaniola September 7. The wake of destruction impacted countless homes along Haiti’s northern boarder, leaving families without basic food, water and shelter. Details are still being gathered in an attempt to fully understand the storm’s impact, but even the most conservative […]