Med Call has served the international assistance and travel insurance market with patient transport services for more than 15 years, offering a full range of innovative and high quality transport solutions incl. Intensive Care, Pediatrics and Neonatology. Flexible planning and precise organisation adapted to client needs are the cornerstones of Med Call’s success.
A 24/7 operation office located close to Frankfurt in Germany provides accurate quotes, full flight planning, organisation of ground transportation and hospital admissions.
Currently we are operating one Learjet 31A aircraft for short distance and two Learjet 45 for mid- and long-distance flights as dedicated air ambulances. Our Learjet 45 are available in twin-stretcher configuration.
One of Med Call key policies is the continuous modernization of aircraft, equipment and procedures. We are constantly investing in new technologies to guarantee the highest quality care and safety on board our aircraft. State of the art patient monitoring systems, ultrasound devices, blood gas analyzers and satellite phones are standard on all of our aircraft.
All Med Call personnel have extensive experience in clinical intensive care and emergency medicine. Multi-lingual staff with years of training in international inter-hospital transfer provide the most professional, comfortable and secure transport environment for even the most severely ill and injured patients. Every Med Call physician and nurse is licensed by german government authorities and the German Medical Association.
med call GmbH
Black & Decker Str. 1-3
Tel. +49 61 26 95 37 080
Fax +49 61 26 95 37 0811
Airport IATA HHN
|CEO||Chief Medical Director||Medical Director Operations||Chief Pilot|
|Michael Diefenbach||Prof. Dr. Alex Veldman||Dr. Marcus Tursch||Gerald Kleindienst|
|Accreditation||Certificate Valid Until||Standard Achieved / Medical Endorsements|
|Primary plus Extension||23rd of November 2013||Full Accred. / Special Care|
|Reaccreditation||22nd of November 2016||Full Accred. / Special Care|
|Certificate Extension||22nd of February 2017||Full Accred. / Special Care|
|Reaccreditation||01st of February 2020||