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Dana Erskine-Pando speaks at the NYU Langone Medical Center

NYU Langone Medical Center, a premier teaching and research hospital in New York City, is ranked #9 in the nation on the Best Hospitals Honor Roll. The dedicated nurses and doctors who work for the hospitals consistently win national awards and are counted among the best in the country in safety and quality of care. Flying Nurses International is often called upon by the NYU Langone family of hospitals to transport those patients within their system who require medical air travel. Here Dana Erskine-Pando, COO, is conducting an in-service for the hardworking case managers and social workers who contact us for those services.
Dana Erskine-Pando, COO

Dana Erskine-Pando, COO

World’s Oldest Female Marathon Runner Escorted by Flying Nurses

Flying Nurses International had the awesome privilege of escorting Ms. Gladys Burrill, who holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the oldest female marathon runner. She is now 100 years young! She and our flight nurse, Pat Mosher, enjoyed their time together on their journey. We wish you many happy years to come, Gladys!!

Flight with Gladys Burrill Flight with Gladys Burrill Athlete Gladys Burrill

CMSA conference in Las Vegas, Nevada

Flying Nurses International recently attended the CMSA (Case Managers Society of America) conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Case managers from hospitals and facilities all over the country attend the conference’s vendor fair to learn about services and products to make the lives of their patients better, and the Flying Nurses International booth is always a popular stopping place. We take the pressure off case managers, when they have a patient that needs to be sent home or to a different facility by air, by dealing with every aspect of the move bedside to bedside. FNI was well represented by our COO, Dana Erskine-Pando (pictured) and Darrin Pscion. In the picture is the winner of our giveaway, Ms. Faith Holland, Director of Clinical Operations and Case Management at Kaiser of Renton, Washington. She won a pair of BlackWeb wireless over-ear noise cancelling headphones, which are always coveted for the ride home on the plane!! Congratulations, Faith!


Winner at CMSA

Flying Nurses International recently attended the CMSA (Case Managers Society of America) conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Case managers from hospitals and facilities all over the country attend the conference’s vendor fair to learn about services and products to make the lives of their patients better, and the Flying Nurses International booth is always a popular stopping place. We take the pressure off case managers, when they have a patient that needs to be sent home or to a different facility by air, by dealing with every aspect of the move bedside to bedside. FNI was well represented by our COO, Dana Erskine-Pando (pictured) and Darrin Pscion. In the picture is the winner of our giveaway, Ms. Faith Holland, Director of Clinical Operations and Case Management at Kaiser of Renton, Washington. She won a pair of BlackWeb wireless over-ear noise cancelling headphones, which are always coveted for the ride home on the plane!! Congratulations, Faith!

Kelly the Winner

Flying Nurses International Attended ACMA Seattle Conference

Flying Nurses International Attended ACMA Seattle Conference

Flying Nurses ACMA Booth Headphones at Event Booth Flying Nurses At The Table

Flying Nurses International attended the recent American Case Management Association National Conference in Seattle, Washington.  The conference draws case managers from hundreds of hospitals and other facilities all over the country.  Case managers call on us when they have a patient who needs medical support on a trip home, or to another hospital, rehabilitation center, or wherever they need to go.  It was great to see old friends and to make new ones.  Our door prize, a set of noise canceling headphones, was won by Mitra T., a hard-working case manager from Connecticut.  She was quite happy to have them for the long trip back home.