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ARES 118
  • Type: First Aid and Civil Protection
  • Country: Italy
Description

ARES 118 represents a national reference point for emergency health services and has developed a “know-how”, in terms of flexible organizational and management models and is able to adapt to the different contexts of reference. ARES 118 implements its “mission” through the following main lines of activity:

– management of the health alarm phase;

– extra-hospital response to health emergencies

– transport of blood, organs and surgical teams;

– liaison with the activities carried out by general care practitioners

SAMUR PROTECCION CIVIL
  • Type: Ambulance services , First Aid and Civil Protection
  • Country: Spain
Description

Spanish Society of Emergency Medicine (SEMES)
  • Type: Ambulance services , First Aid and Civil Protection
  • Country: Spain
Description

Among the primary purposes of SEMES is to promote the establishment of specialty of Emergency and Emergency Medicine (MUE), as well as its development, in accordance with the legal provisions established for this purpose.

Spanish Red Cross
  • Type: Ambulance services , First Aid and Civil Protection
  • Country: Spain
Description

The Spanish Red Cross is a humanitarian organization led by volunteers who help people overcome acute or chronic situations that endanger their lives, who are at risk of poverty and exclusion so they have the necessary opportunities and resources to participate in economic, social and cultural life. The organization’s mission includes also the promotion of equal opportunities, active participation and contribution to the fight against discrimination. The Spanish Red Cross offers emergency humanitarian aid, disaster preparedness and mitigation and technical assistance to specialized centers.

Izmir Fire Department
  • Type: Fire Rescue
  • Country: Turkey
Description

The Izmir Fire Department trains firefighters for all kinds of risks (fire, earthquake, flood, traffic accidents, etc.).The organization responsibilities include also preventive activities for natural and man-made disasters. On the disposal of the organization there are 117 fire trucks in various tonnages, 48 laddered fire trucks, 17 laddered vehicles, 15 15-tons of water support fire trucks, 54 56-meters foam towers, 90 104-meters laddered vehicles for rescue from high buildings and intervention to the fire, 2 fire trucks for industrial fires, 7 fully equipped rescue vehicles, 3 ambulance, 34 AKS rescue and emergency health intervention trucks, 10 ATV, motorcycle and 34 various service vehicles

SOS Air
  • Type: Ambulance services
  • Country: Turkey
Description

S.O.S Air was established in 1993 to deliver air ambulance services. Since 1996 the company provides also land and sea ambulance services, infirmary service, assistant service and first aid services.

MAYDAY Ambulance
  • Type: Ambulance services
  • Country: Turkey
Description

Marmara Ambulance offers world-class services in accordance with national and international legal regulations. Marmara Ambulance offers fast, reliable, high quality ambulance, sea and air patient transfer, medical consultancy service, home doctor service, home patient care service and mobile check-up service.

Euro-Line
  • Type: Ambulance services
  • Country: Turkey
Description

Health care solutions to corporations

Euro-Line aims to provide appropriate solutions to healthcare requirements of corporations or its own customers. Depending on potential requests on this matter, a private and qualified healthcare staff member, physicians or specialists can be temporarily positioned in organizations.

JOHANNITER INTERNATIONAL (JOIN)
  • Type: First Aid and Civil Protection
  • Country: Belgium
Description

Johanniter International (JOIN) is an international network of charities which were originally founded by the four European Orders of St John. Created in 2000 with headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, its 21 member organisations are located in Europe and the Middle East. They focus on emergency rescue, health and social services, and international humanitarian assistance amongst other. Together, the charities have a volunteer base of over 100,000 persons at their disposal. JOIN’s primary goal lies in facilitating the exchange of best practices, achieving closer cooperation among its members at European and international level. Since 2006, JOIN has been registered as a non-profit organisation under Belgian law.



One of the core activities of JOIN members is constituted of the emergency services. They are running ambulances, patient transports, first aid, civil protection and other emergency medical services at national, regional and local levels. JOIN members are also active in humanitarian aid and disaster response in over 50 countries worlwide. Furthermore, Johanniter International Assistance was successfully classified in 2017 as the very first Emergency Medical Team 1 mobile (EMT) by the World Health Organization (WHO). The Johanniter EMT is a flexible and logistically self-sufficient mobile disaster response team for short-term international deployments. Additionnaly, our German JOIN member is playing a prominent role in civil protection at EU level and is regularly leading European Module Exercise involving civil protection organisations from across Europe.



The working groups are one of the most important institutions within JOIN. It provide a platform where JOIN members can exchange knowledge and experience and offer a space to set common projects. In this regard, the JOIN Clinical working group deals with clinical and medical cooperation. It will publish in the course of 2019 the very first European First Aid Manual, proposing European-wide standards and having the potential to ensure international most effective, safe and feasible first aid.

SERVICIO MADRILEÑO DE SALUD (SERMAS)
  • Type: Ambulance services , First Aid and Civil Protection , Care Center Association
  • Country: Spain
Description

SERMAS is the Public Health System for the region of Madrid, Spain. Along with the clinical facilities, such as the University Hospital La Paz – HULP, it also holds several research institutes such as theHospital La Paz Institute for Health Research – IdiPAZ.

The HULP is a public hospital complex, which comprises more than 17 buildings and 4 main hospitals. It is the referral hospital for an area with a population of 750,000 and gives also service to patients from all over Spain and other countries. This prestigious hospital is widely recognised for its excellence and reference medical assistance which include a range of specializations such as immunology and infectious diseases (HIV), hepatology, neonatology, oncology, geriatrics, cardiology, cancer, pediatrics and neonatology, neurology and neurodegenerative diseases, digestive diseases and nutrition, rheumatology, ophthalmology, maxillofacial, surgery and trauma.

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