Peterborough’s Angels of Flight.
graduated from Seneca College’s Aeromedical Care Program, in 1989. She is also a registered nurse and facilitates training in aviation safety and in-flight medical care to health-care providers, helping to improve patient outcomes through her company, to which she is the President and CEO of Angels of Flight Canada. This is a company she established to offer expertise for clients needing in-flight medical care. It is a 100% Canadian owned and operated healthcare company that was founded in 1988, in Peterborough, Ontario, specializing in the movement of ill and injured persons around the world. Nearly 3 decades of experience, a global network of industry specialists enable them to provide total medical flight case management, air ambulance, airline medical escorts and global air medical and safety education, training and healthcare developing consulting services. PURPOSE is to be a leader in Global Medical Solutions by providing enhanced services and good customer relationships. Their MISSION is to have a team of specialized healthcare and travel professionals dedicated to the quality of patient care and safety through the coordination and delivery of comprehensive medical solutions worldwide. Now in its 29th year, Angels of Flight has successfully transferred 21,759 critically ill clients within Canada and more than 100 countries worldwide, by airline & air ambulance. As well, in 2003 they were the 1st air ambulance company to achieve ISO global standards. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a global, nongovernmental standards for quality management systems designed to increase operational efficiency and clinical quality; while decreasing risk and liability to the organizations. Truly amazing, learn more by visiting
In 2007, she also founded the Global Angel Charity Organization, which provides financial assistance to families in crisis needing medical transportation. They are a group of dedicated and allied Professionals who are committed to enhancing the quality of life. In supporting the cost of medical transport they are assisting persons of all ages and illnesses to access approved care, treatment and special wishes. GACO Spokesperson Kaitlin Kozell show in this video, what this organization does, who they help and those who support. She is a passionate Country Music Singer-Songwriter, who sings
‘Angels To Be Found’ in the background created on June 21, 2014
The Premier’s Awards honor the important social and economic contribution college graduates make in Ontario and throughout the WORLD. The Awards, formed in 1992, to mark the 25th Anniversary of Ontario’s Colleges, administered by College’s of Ontario. Presented annually in 6 categories, the recipients are chosen from nominations submitted by Ontario’s 24 colleges. Nominees must demonstrate outstanding career success related to their college experience and have made a significant contribution to their community. 6 have been nominated this year for the Premier’s Award for College Graduates and our very own Peterborough gal, Gail Courneyea is one of those hard-working and deserving graduates, that carries this prestigious nomination.
The winners will be announced Monday, Nov. 27, at a gala in Toronto.
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Visiting with Gail and find out how you can contribute even by way of donating funds to this organization, from say a musical event just like I did in 2014. I organized 2 fantastic local Muskoka musicians, Jessica Ross from Peterborough and superstar Kaitlin Kozell to perform at a function, and they donated proceeds to this Peterborough charity organization, which is part of a global team that makes a difference in the lives of many, just like founder Gail has.
CONGRATULATIONS my friend on this special recognition.