Arranmore RNLI volunteer crew had a busy weekend responding to four callouts in two days.
Their first call was on Friday evening at 10.20 pm to transport the NOWDOC doctor on call to the island to visit a patient.
This was followed by three further calls on Saturday/Sunday 30th April and 1st May.
At 8:48pm yesterday evening the lifeboat had a further call to transport the NOWDOC doctor on call to Arranmore.
At 1am today, and again at 5am, the lifeboat was called upon to assist with two medical evacuations from the island.
Established in 1883 Arranmore RNLI has saved many lives at sea and provides essential emergency services to Arranmore and the adjacent islands.
Coxswain, Frankie Bonner said: “We are really happy and committed to provide this service to people in trouble on the sea and of course our island communities.”