LifeFlight: There When Needed
March 27, 2020
Birch Bay Village Inn
NOTE: This event has been postponed. Birch Bay is currently closed for outside events.
We will reschedule this event at a later date.
Come hear about LifeFlight’s mission: providing critical care and transport to patients across the state when they need it most. Working with local EMS and hospitals, LifeFlight clinical teams transport more than 2,200 patients each year with helicopters, an airplane, and dedicated ground ambulances. More than 28,000 patients and families have been served since LifeFlight began in 1998, including more than 800 people from Mount Desert Island.
People who wouldn’t have survived a few years ago, today recover and return home to lead full lives. They return to work and to school. Patients get a second chance, families remain whole across generations, and communities are stronger.
LifeFlight has evolved over the last two decades to become an internationally recognized organization, a leader in innovation, quality, and safety. Thomas Judge, LifeFlight’s Executive Director will discuss Maine’s integrated critical care transport system, and how the organization is working to build a sustainable model for rural critical care and transport.
LifeFlight of Maine is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit air medical and critical care transport organization. LifeFlight brings lifesaving staff and equipment directly to the patient by helicopter, airplane and ground ambulance. It also provides advanced emergency medical training to Maine’s hospitals, emergency medical services (EMS) and public safety agencies. Overseen by 25 physicians, LifeFlight cares for patients from every hospital and nearly all of Maine’s communities and islands.
If you would like to learn more about LifeFlight, please visit the website www.lifeflightmaine.org or call 207-230-7092.
The hot buffet at Birch Bay Village in Hulls Cove, begins at 11:30 and costs $12; the lecture is from noon to 1:00. Reservations are required for either and MUST BE RECEIVED by noon Wednesday, March 25th. If you need to cancel a reservation, please try to let us know by noon on Wednesday as ASC must pay for reservations regardless of how many people actually attend.
Contact Acadia Senior College at 288-9500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This event is open to the public.
Thomas Judge is the Executive Director of LifeFlight of Maine, a non-profit emergency medical helicopter service serving Maine and New England. In addition, Judge serves as Executive Director for the LifeFlight Foundation, a non-profit charity that funds aviation infrastructure, medical equipment and outreach education.