LifeFlight Eagle

The LifeFlight Capital Campaign

In an emergency, time is of the essence. And that's where LifeFlight Eagle comes in. The helicopter emergency service provides speedy care for highway accident victims, rural residents experiencing heart attacks or strokes, and hospital patients who need transport to a specialty care center.

The Golden Valley Memorial Hospital Foundation is pleased to have conducted a capital campaign to establish a LifeFlight Eagle base right here in Clinton—on the hospital campus! The emergency helicopter program includes high-tech equipment for giving in-flight care to stroke, cardiac, obstetric and other critically ill or injured patients. The use of air ambulances can mean the difference between life and death.

For more information about investing in this campaign, please call 660.890.7108.

LifeFlight Eagle is a nonprofit organization serving a 150-mile radius around Kansas City.

LifeFlight Eagle
500 N.W. Richards Road
Kansas City, MO 64116

Visit the LFE website.

Life Flight Eagle Testimonials...

Tanner Perry, Back to Playing Baseball

Saturday, April 26, 2008, was a typical day for the Perry family. Tanner, 12, had just finished a baseball game in Oak Grove and returned home with his father, Matthew, and brothers Trenton and Taylor. Just minutes later, Trenton discovered Tanner in the backyard—halfway on the ground with his neck caught in the rope swing which was set up on the backyard oak tree. Tanner had played on the rope a hundred times before, but this time something went wrong. more...

Ken Wilson, Heart Attack Survivor

On the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008, LifeFlight Eagle member Ken Wilson was outside washing his car at his Warsaw home when he suddenly felt severe pain in his chest. Despite the fact that Ken, a retired superintendent of schools in Lakeland, had passed a treadmill stress test and echocardiogram just five weeks earlier, he wasn’t taking any chances. He immediately drove himself to the Golden Valley Clinic in Warsaw. more...

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Deanna Hendrich, GVMH Foundation Director


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