An Amazing Aviator Gives Generously Of His Time and His Skills To Help Those in Need--Via GA
Last night, we published what was described as, "...one of Aero-TV's most compelling stories to date." Tonight we raise the bar... with the amazing details behind the work that Dr, McGlaughlin was embarked upon when his Cirrus gave up the ghost and went swimming. ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell continues his sit-down with Dr. Richard McGlaughlin and talk with him about what happens when he actually gets to Haiti and takes on his mission to come to the aid of a people clearly in need of all the help that they can get.
Dr. McGlaughlin arrived at St. Luke’s during the cholera epidemic where he was a great support to their relief efforts. St. Lukes notes that, "'Mac' as he is known, has helped us open a Gastroenterology lab with St Luke Hospital Assistant Medical Director, Dr. Colas. He also spends time with the Sisters of Charity and at St. Mary’s Cite Soleil. Mac comments that “'Great friends and great projects clear your head and open your heart. Most of the flights went well, too.'”
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