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AMREF Flying Doctors successfully delivered Baby Satrine from Mombasa to Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi by air ambulance. As part of AMREF Flying Doctors charity evacuation programme, the costs for this Air Ambulance flight will be absorbed by AMREF Flying Doctors, who regularly undertake charity evacuations.

AMREF Flying Doctors CEO and Medical Director, Dr. Bettina Vadera settles Baby Satrine and the Dad in a Ground Ambulance soon after receiving them at the Wilson Airport this morning. On the morning of 25th March 2014, AMREF Flying Doctors evacuated Baby Satrine Osinya, one of the victims of a gun attack on a church in Mombasa. Baby Osinya needed to go through a delicate procedure to remove the bullet lodged in his head. ]

AMREF Flying Doctors successfully delivered Baby Satrine from Mombasa to Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi by air ambulance. As part of AMREF Flying Doctors charity evacuation programme, the costs for this Air Ambulance flight will be absorbed by AMREF Flying Doctors, who regularly undertake charity evacuations. These charity missions are done under special circumstances, in partnership with rural medical facilities, the Kenyatta National Hospital and other private medical institutions, targeting patients in serious medical conditions who are not able to afford the cost of crucial air transfer.

To retrieve baby Satrine, AMREF Flying Doctors deployed one of their Intensive-care-equipped Air Ambulance aircraft with a specialized emergency medical crew on board.

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