Founded in 1903, ADAC is the largest automobile club in Europe with almost 20 million members. ADAC Ambulance Service was established 1973. Being a pioneer of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services, the German automobile club soon recognised the considerable medical potential of fast airborne assistance. With the foundation of ADAC Ambulance Service, medical assistance was expanded beyond Germany’s borders.
Today, ADAC Ambulance Service is part of the ADAC insurance company, ADAC-Schutzbrief Versicherungs-Aktiengesellschaft and is one of the leading medical assistance companies with a global network. With a Nuremberg-based dedicated fleet of 4 ambulance aircraft at its disposal, ADAC Ambulance Service is experienced in world-wide inter-hospital transfers and patient repatriations, not only by ambulance jets but also by ground ambulance or on scheduled flights.
Expert staff with longterm medical training receive emergency calls 24/7 from all over the world and provide active assistance. The range of services also includes assistance for family members, repatriation of mortal remains, cost containment and medical information services such as providing information on mandatory or recommended vaccinations or on English-speaking doctors and hospitals in the destination area.
ADAC Ambulance Service attends to some 50,000 patients worldwide annually and organises transportation in over 15,000 cases on the ground and in the air.
ADAC Schutzbrief Versicherung AG
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Airport IATA NUE
|CEO||Chief Medical Director||Chief Pilot|
|Marion Ebentheuer||Dr. Michael Meyer||Uwe Marx|
|Accreditation||Certificate Valid Until||Standard Achieved / Medical Endorsements|
|Primary Accreditation||01st of November 2011||Full Accreditation / Special Care|
|Reaccreditation||01st of March 2015||Full Accreditation / Special Care|
|Reaccreditation||24th of February 2018||Long-range / Intercontinental Fixed Wing
Adult, Paediatric & Neonatal Critical Care
Advanced Adult Critical Care
Commercial Escort Accreditation