Giving Wings to Those in Need
Volunteer Pilots serving the people of
Eastern Michigan by providing
Free Air Transportation
for patients with limited incomes needing treatment at medical centers within 600 miles of Eastern Michigan
A Proud Member of the
Air Care Alliance
Coming Saturday, August 22, 2015...
The Joe Kocur Foundation for Children
Charity Softball Series
For up to date information, visit
The Joe Kocur Foundation Website
CELEBRATING ONE MILLION MILES OF SERVICE!
On Mission 1535 Wings of Mercy, East Michigan literally flew past a milestone. Pilots Elliott Zeltzer and Kevin Gilbert flew Bay City resident Joan Helminiak to Mayo Clinic from MBS International for treatment, on the way crossing the million mile threshold.
What we do is make the lives of patients needing expert medical care less stressful and more convenient, when they need it the most.
View more about the patients we serve.
Since 1991, our volunteers have flown over 1,530 missions, flying MORE THAN ONE MILLION MILES throughout the Eastern and Midwestern United States transporting patients to much needed specialty care.
View more about our history.
Safety is always paramount. We always transport patients with two-pilot flight crews under FAA Instrument Flight Rules and procedures.
View more about our pilots and our aircraft.
volunteer pilots are angels with metal
wings. If you'd like to join us in making a difference in someone's
life, please review our pilot information page.
View more about becoming a volunteer pilot.
good deeds do not go unnoticed,
communities we serve or the patients we help. Learn more about us by
seeing what others say about Wings of Mercy Eastern Michigan.
View more about our media coverage.
Last Updated: 18 August 2015- 16:27 ZULU - by T. Draeger