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Winter helicopter maneuvers of the Poland Emergency Medical Team PCPM

Medics from PCPM practice evacuation of patients using a helicopter in difficult winter conditions. Members of the Poland Emergency Medical Team PCPM, the first in Poland and the only WHO-certified rapid response group for natural disasters and humanitarian crises, take part in winter maneuvers co-financed by the European Union.

Action in extreme conditions, dealing with severe wounds. The Emergency Medical Team PCPM completed a course in high-danger zone

Our Emergency Medical Team has completed a course on actions in a high-danger zone. ‘We focus on practical skills’ – said Doctor Pawel Szczunski. As our instructor pointed out, a crucial skill in this course is to give first aid quickly and evacuate the victim from a dangerous area.

PCPM trains medics in Palestine. We will extreriorize candidates for instructors soon

Polish Center for International Aid has been acting in Palestine for years now. Within the Palestinian Advanced Trauma Life Support course's framework, we train medics, who will be a training staff's cornerstone in instructing future medical practitioners in Palestine. One of the most common injuries is gunshot wounds, so having a qualified and capable medical staff.

MEDEVAC Hub in Jasionka takes in the wounded from Ukraine

People wounded during warfare and cancer patients from Ukraine go to Norway, Sweden, Germany, or France for treatment. The Polish Center for International Aid Foundation's newly established Medical Transit Center in Rzeszow runs for that kind of people.

Palestine needs Polish EMT medics

We continue to operate in Palestine, where we train medical staff and increase access and quality of medical care for residents of excluded areas. The project is co-financed within the framework of the Polish development cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.

PCPM rescuers in Madagascar, as two cyclones hit the island

The Poland Emergency Medical Team of the Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) took part in rescue and medical mission in Madagascar, as two cyclones hit the island. Polish medics transported there over 1.5 tons of equipment and products to be able to effectively help the local population.

EMT from Poland fly to Madagascar with aid. Another cyclone is about to hit the island soon

The Polish rescue group (Poland Emergency Medical Team PCPM) comes to help the inhabitants of Madagascar. The island has suffered from the Ana and Batsirai cyclones. Medics and rescuers from Poland will help in the part of the island that suffered the most from the force of nature. It is the first medical mission of PCPM under the auspices of the European Union. The first and the only one EMT in Poland, certified by the WHO, is fully involved.

Poland Emergency Medical Team PCPM and T-Mobile continue their cooperation

- Their dedication arouses our great respect, and cooperation is an honor - with these words Andreas Maierhofer, CEO of T-Mobile Poland justifies the support of the Poland Emergency Medical Team PCPM. The company begins another year of cooperation with the first Polish rapid response group for humanitarian crises and disasters.