Mitchell A. Luchansky, M.D. is Board Certified in Psychiatry, Board Certified in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Certified in Aerospace Medicine. He graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and went on to complete his residency training in psychiatry from the acclaimed Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and fellowship training in child & adolescent psychiatry at the University of Southern California, both in Los Angeles, California.
Moving back to Maryland to be near his family, he became Director of Child Psychiatry at Springfield State Hospital and joined the United States Air Force Reserves stationed at Andrews AFB as a Flight Surgeon. He is a veteran of the Gulf War and served overseas as a Flight Surgeon for a 400 bed aeromedical staging facility in a converted WWII jet hanger in Upper Heyford, England.
As a physician with a strong sense of patriotic duty, he reenlisted on active duty for two years in the United States Air Force. Initially stationed at Vandenberg AFB, California as Chief of Flight Medicine, he was appointed and completed his tour of active duty as Chief of Preventative Mental Health worldwide with the Pentagon. His responsibilities included leading the highly respected Air Force Suicide Prevention Program.
Combining his passions for medicine and aviation he formed ExamineAir, LLC in Palm Coast, Forida in 2016.
Dr. Luchansky is a commercial pilot. He began his flight training in Santa Monica, California. Beginning his flying as a private pilot in fixed wing aircraft, he became a commercial pilot as well as helicopter pilot and CFII in both fixed wing and rotorcraft-helicopter aircraft. He is on the Board of Directors as Medical Director for the charity Advanced Helicopter Youth Foundation, an organization of helicopter pilots supporting at-risk youngsters with mental health issues.