Mobile Medics International

Mobile Medics International believes that quality healthcare is a basic human right that should be afforded to all human beings.


One of the main reasons Mobile Medics International was founded was the need for small, self contained, mobile healthcare teams that can go to where people are unable to get to centralized medical facilities. Whether its hurricane ravaged Haiti, earthquake destroyed Nepal, flooded Houston Texas, refugees fleeing war torn Syria, or impoverished people in the Philippines, MMI's amazing volunteers have been on the ground providing care to the worlds most vulnerable populations.


MMI has been an Airlink partner since 2017.

visit the Mobile Medics International website


Cyclone Gita


Airlink and its partners are responding to medical needs in American Samoa in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Gita.

Tropical Cyclone Gita passed by American Samoa on February 10, 2018. The storm caused flooding and damages in American Samoa, Tonga, and later in New Zealand as an ex-cyclone. Widespread damage, power outages, and potable water issues in American Samoa prompted immediate medical …

Visit the Cyclone Gita page

Syrian Refugee Medical Support

Visit the Syrian Refugee Medical Support page

Hurricanes Irma and Maria

As food and water shortages, lack of medical supplies, and damaged infrastructure plagued Caribbean communities hard hit by hurricanes Irma and Maria, Airlink, LIFT, Patient Airlift Services (PALS) and Rescue Globateamed up to deliver large amounts of humanitarian aid to those in need.

Operation Airlift Caribbean partnership worked with commercial air carriers, general a…

Visit the Hurricanes Irma and Maria page