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Danish treatment of chronic patients demonstrated globally

Danish treatment of chronic patients demonstrated globally

Press releases   •   Apr 26, 2019 05:43 UTC

Falck and the Region of Southern Denmark are working together to diagnose and treat chronic disease patients in their homes to benefit both patients and healthcare system. The project is being demonstrated at the international ambulance conference EMS 2019 in Madrid.

Falck doubles its UK ambulance business

Falck doubles its UK ambulance business

Press releases   •   Feb 14, 2019 06:30 UTC

​Falck has been awarded a large and important contract to deliver patient transport services to Imperial College Healthcare service across West London from Summer 2019

​Falck launches unique electric ambulance

​Falck launches unique electric ambulance

Press releases   •   Jan 15, 2019 07:45 UTC

Falck has rebuilt an electric car so that it has enough power to do the demanding job as a rescue vehicle

Falck renews ambulance contracts in Southern California

Falck renews ambulance contracts in Southern California

Press releases   •   Nov 08, 2018 06:37 UTC

​Care Ambulance, a company in the Falck Group, has recently renewed ambulance contracts with the cities of Westminster, Fullerton and Costa Mesa in Orange County, California.

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Falck supports the European EMS2017 Congress in Copenhagen

Falck supports the European EMS2017 Congress in Copenhagen

News   •   Sep 27, 2016 10:30 UTC

In 2016, Copenhagen was the host city of EMS2016, the first European Congress on Emergency Medical Services. The Congress was a big success, with more than 1100 delegates attending from 37 countries. Falck was main sponsor of the event, and Falck professionals and other employees took part in many of the sessions at the congress.

Falck enters partnership with IFC and IFU in Sub-Saharan Africa

Falck enters partnership with IFC and IFU in Sub-Saharan Africa

News   •   Dec 07, 2015 08:28 UTC

Sub-Saharan nations will be the focus for the joint venture within primary and secondary health care services for the growing middle classes.