MTBC Donates an Airplane to Wings of Hope

SOMERSET, N.J.--()--MTBC today announced the donation of one of its corporate airplanes to Wings of Hope, the oldest and largest volunteer, humanitarian aviation charity in the world.

MTBC’s donation of its twin-engine Aero Commander will assist Wings of Hope in its mission to help the impoverished populations of 42 countries achieve self-sufficiency and sustainable development.

In discussing the donation of the airplane, MTBC pilot Kim Kopp explained “Aero Commanders were originally designed as utility and transport aircraft. They are exceptionally resilient and strong airplanes with a long history of military and civilian service. We know that this airplane can help Wings of Hope expand its reach and continue its mission.”

Doug J. Clements, president of Wings of Hope, said, “MTBC’s donation of its Aero Commander is a wonderful and benevolent act.”

MTBC chose Wings of Hope for its long history of exceptional service to the impoverished. “With over 150 bases around the world and the support of such luminaries as Chuck Yeager, General Colin Powell, and former Senator Elizabeth Dole, we knew that our Aero Commander would be in good hands, providing a much needed service,” said Kopp.

About Wings of Hope

Founded in 1962, Wings of Hope is a recognized international resource specializing in implementing Poverty Reduction Strategies for a defined region. Wings of Hope provides medical care, education, and hands-on guidance for sustainable projects at over 152 bases in 42 countries—assisting over 1,000,000 poor people each year. Wings of Hope is a winner of the United Nations’ Humanitarian Award, the Papal Humanitarian Award, and the Lindbergh Medal for Humanitarian Service, among others. www.wings-of-hope.org.

About MTBC

Founded in 1999 and based in Somerset, New Jersey, MTBC performs practice management and provides EMR software for physician offices and hospitals. Its integrated Premium Plan, billed at only 5% of collections, presents a service suite unmatched in the industry for its scope and value. Features include a CCHIT-Certified EMR provided and supported at no charge, a practice website with patient scheduling, automated appointment reminders, e-prescribing, lab connectivity, and real-time insurance eligibility verification. MTBC was recently recognized by Deloitte LLP as one of the fastest growing companies in North America. To learn more about MTBC, please visit www.mtbc.com.

Contacts

Medical Transcription Billing, Corp.
Stephen Snyder, General Counsel
Telephone: (732) 873-5133
Fax: (732) 873-6858
ssnyder@mtbc.com

Release Summary

MTBC today announced the donation of one of its corporate airplanes to Wings of Hope, the oldest and largest volunteer, humanitarian aviation charity in the world.

Contacts

Medical Transcription Billing, Corp.
Stephen Snyder, General Counsel
Telephone: (732) 873-5133
Fax: (732) 873-6858
ssnyder@mtbc.com