Preparing for natural disasters when you care for sick or injured loved ones is imperative. The recent string of hurricanes and earthquakes in our region has highlighted that disaster preparation is k
Pictured outside Coral Reef Academy (left to right) are Director James Osgood, Ed.S., a Nationally Certified School Psychologist; Andrea Shillingford, Special Education Teacher; Allison Buchanan,
We interviewed Wendy Keeler, general manager of Beeston Hill Health and Wellness, about the recent change of ownership. She summed up for us recent renovations at the facility, along with upcoming plans for growth and expansion toward bettering the health of St. Croix residents.
Pictured above is St. Thomas-based Dr. Cecilia Penn This month, St. Croix-based Occupational Therapist Julie Sommer and St. Thomas-based Dr. Cecilia Penn celebrate one year in partnership
When category five Hurricane Irma struck St. Thomas last month, it was relatively kind to Nisky Center, home of the AeroMD membership office. Under the circumstances, the AeroMD team had completely s
Our sincere well wishes to those affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. We know many of the Caribbean islands on which our members reside took a direct impact and are beginning a long road to recovery
Christiansted, St. Croix, (May 25, 2017) – Today U.S. Virgin Islands-based AeroMD officially put a Cessna Citation Bravo jet into service, as its primary and dedicated medevac aircraft.
Last month, we announced the start of our WIN discount program for AeroMD members in the U.S. Virgin Islands. We hope savings on every day things are a
April is Autism Awareness Month. In recognition, we interviewed Licensed Clinical Psychologist Dr. Lindsy Wagner and Program Coordinator Andrea Purdome of Island Therapy Solutions about a new program to help adults with autism in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Slip and fall accidents are responsible for 15 percent of accidental deaths, second only to motor vehicle accidents (according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administrations or OSHA). To lower
We interviewed St. Croix-based Epidemiologist Dr. Esther Ellis, to get the most current and locally-specific information on the Zika virus. Her husband, Dr. Brett Ellis, is the territory laborator
Travel the Caribbean safely at any age … An increasing number of retirees are adventure travelers, boldly going to isolated corners of the world. And why would you not?
Caribbean Yachting Season Has Begun Caribbean Yachting Season starts this month, be prepared for any situation. When Yachting from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean, count on Aero
You’re in a restaurant enjoying a dinner with friends, when all of a sudden you hear a woman shriek: “He’s choking!” You calmly excuse yourself from the table and dash with effortless cool towards the source of the loud yell. You find a man with a look of terror in his eyes, gripping his throat, indicating that something is lodged within.
1. CALL Check the victim for unresponsiveness. If the person is not responsive and not breathing or not breathing normally. Call 911 and return to the victim. In most locations the emergency dispatcher can assist you with CPR instructions.
On Tuesday evening, AeroMD was pleased to host a dinner and mini Carnival celebration as part of the 22nd Annual USVI Destination Symposium, according to a press release AeroMD issued on Thursday.
Representatives of AeroMD, a critical care air ambulance service, promised to revolutionize emergency medical transport in the Virgin Islands and the Eastern Caribbean at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the St. Thomas Jet Center on Tuesday afternoon.
AeroMD Air Ambulance serves our neighbors throughout the Caribbean and worldwide.
“My best case for survival was to be taken off-island.”
Charles Jaquays, AeroMD Patient
“You guys saved [my husband's] life.”
Eileen des Jardins, Patient Companion
“If it wasn't for [AeroMD], I wouldn't be here today.”
Hayley Rodriguez, AeroMD Patient