Author: Deborah Buza


NATA Aviation Business Journal

Southern AeroMedical Institute is a proud member of the National Air Transportation Association. Out Medical Director, Dr. Paul Buza was a recent guest speaker at NATA’s 2nd Annual Aviation Business Conference. In conjunction with attending the conference Dr. Buza also recently wrote an article for the 2016 2nd Quarter AviationRead More


Southern AeroMedical Institute is proud to announce we are now Associate Members of the National Air Transportation Association. Our Medical Director Dr. Paul Buza will be speaking at the National Convention in June.

AOPA Turbine – Slow Onset Survival

Slow Onset Survival  by: Tom Horne Pilot Editor at AOPA. The aviation world took notice when an apparent case of slow-onset hypoxia caused the September 5, 2014, fatal crash of a Daher TBM 900. A landmark accident if there ever was one, it was all the more significant because itRead More

CFI Referral Program

Southern AeroMedical Institute is pleased to support Certified Flight Instructors in achieving their goals for improving customer satisfaction by providing Advanced Altitude Chamber training and post-training support.  We have developed a referral program centered around ensuring CFIs are able to attend training and benefit from referring their students to our facility.Read More

Single Pilot Resource Management – SRM

Single Pilot Resource Management in Relation to Hypoxia By: Dr. Paul Buza D.O., F.A.C.N. The solo pilot who flies technically advanced aircraft faces a unique challenge in the event of a cabin depressurization. Not having other members on board, the pilot must establish situational awareness by him or herself andRead More

New Concierge Training Program Offered

Southern AeroMedical Institute is proud to announce the new Concierge Hypoxia Training. This deluxe consultation style training allows pilots the opportunity to train exclusively with our Medical Director, Dr. Paul Buza.   

SAMI and Zodiac AeroSpace

Zodiac Aerospace joins the fight against hypoxia. As part of Project HOPE (Hypoxia Oxygen and Pressurization Experience) launched in July by Daher, Zodiac Aerospace is supplying its pilot EROS® masks to equip Southern AeroMedical Institutes high altitude chamber.  Read the Full Article Here.  

Daher Partners With SAMI

An article  featured in Aero-News Network on Tues, July 21, 2015 decribes the new relationship between Southern AeroMedical Institute and Daher as “A realistic high-altitude chamber program for pilots of high-performance aircraft is now available through a partnership of Daher and the Southern AeroMedical Institute (SAMI).” Read the Full article here.