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European EMS Leadership Network Establishes New Not For Profit Company 

by EMS Press Officer

European EMS Leadership Network Establishes New Not For Profit Company

The European Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Leadership Network, made up of 11 members, have formalised their arrangement by establishing a new not for profit company.

The board of the new not for profit company is formed of 11 members; each representing a different European country. These highly-respected leaders in pre-hospital medicine have collaborated together since 2015 and regularly hold a popular congress, which is attended by colleagues from the Emergency Medical Services around the world.

The new enterprise: European Association of Emergency Medical Services (known informally as EMS Europe) was formally established in May 2024, with the legal entity registered in the Republic of Ireland. The new not for profit company embodies the ethos ‘It takes a system to save a life’ and seeks to share learning among colleagues in the Emergency Medical Services throughout Europe and the rest of the world.

Dr Freddy Lippert said “Our group has collaborated successfully for many years and held many successful congresses, which have provided an opportunity for pre-hospital clinicians to expand their knowledge and improve their practice. By establishing EMS Europe as a not for profit company, it is hoped that this forum for international collaboration and the opportunity it provides for shared learning will exist for many years to come.”

EMS Europe has also announced its next congress ‘EMS2025’ (the first hosted by the new not for profit company) which will be held in Stockholm, Sweden from Monday 2nd to Wednesday 4th June 2025.

Notes for Editors

The European Association of EMS (known as EMS Europe) was established in May 2024.

The board is formed of 11 members: Freddy Lippert (Denmark), Cathal O’Donnell (Republic of Ireland), Fionna Moore MBE QAM (England, UK), James Ward (Scotland, UK), Stephen Sollid (Norway), Patrik Soderberg (Sweden), Kuisma Markku (Finland), Martin Smeekes (Netherlands), Stefan Poloczek (Germany), Pierre Carli (France), Ervigio Corral Torres (Spain)

The next EMS Congress will be held at the Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre in Sweden from 2nd June 2025 to 4th June 2025.

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