Aran Islands RNLI responded to consecutive calls for help today, carrying out two medical evacuations.
The volunteer crew were first asked to launch their all-weather lifeboat David Kirkaldy, at 11.25am by the Irish Coast Guard.
An elderly man required medical attention on the Island of Inis Meáin.
The lifeboat launched under Coxswain Pete Hanscombe and a full crew.
Weather conditions were moderate at the time with a force 3 light South East wind.
Once alongside the pier in Inis Meain, the patient was transferred safely aboard the lifeboat and brought under the supervision of the volunteer crew members.
While preparing to leave the pier in Inis Meain, the lifeboat received another call, this time to go to the aid of a woman on Inis Mór who was also in need of further medical attention.
The lifeboat headed straight for Inis Mór and once alongside the Pontoon, the patient was transferred safely aboard and put under the supervision of the lifeboat crew.
The lifeboat then proceeded on to Rossaveal harbour where the crew transferred the patients on to a waiting ambulance.