By Justin Seward
HALO Rescue in partnership with Super T Aviation and the Little Family announced on March 19 that they will make 10 to 14 more accommodation units available to Alberta Health Services, City of Medicine Hat and Cypress County. The accommodation units can be used for any flight crews , paramedics, nurses, doctors or other specialists that maybe required to travel around Alberta during this unprecedented crisis.
“We have also made available a large hangar space that can be used as a reception center or assessment facility,” said Paul Carolan, CEO of HALO air ambulance.
“The hangar is heated and ventilated and is available on short notice. These supportive measures have been made available at no cost. While we pray these resources are nor required, we believe it is our obligation to make them available.”