Falck wins largest contract in Germany to date
From 1 February 2021, Falck will provide ambulance services in the Görlitz district of Saxony. Thus, Falck will provide ambulance services in seven of the state's 11 emergency districts, including the cities of Dresden and Leipzig. With the new contract, Falck will operate approximately every fifth ambulance in Saxony.
Falck met the challenge of COVID-19, confirming operational strength
Today, leading emergency response and healthcare company Falck released its financial results for the second quarter of 2020.
Jakob Just-Bomholt leaves Falck
Jakob Just-Bomholt resigns from his positions with Falck to become CEO for another large Danish company.
Falck renews large ambulance contract in U.S.
The global ambulance provider to continue providing top-quality ambulance services to Orange County, California
Falck ambulances obtain global ISO certification
Falck Ambulance has obtained a global ISO certification of its global ambulance service as proof of the high standard of the ambulances
Drones will be part of future healthcare
Falck wants to be patient centric and bring patients and hospitals closer together. One way to go is by using health drones and Falck is testing this with public partners.
Falck going electric in London
By 2025 the Mayor of London plans to expand the zero emissions zones throughout the city. To meet this deadline, Falck has already begun testing electric patient transportation in London.
Falck launches video calls for patients
Home treatment is a key priority for Falck and now patients in Colombia can be diagnosed from a distance
The Capital Region extends ambulance contract with Falck
The Regional Council has decided to extend the current contract by one year
Falck completes financial turnaround
Today, leading emergency response and healthcare company Falck released its financial results for Q3 2019. With improved performance for six consecutive quarters, Falck completes its two-year financial turnaround. The company moves from a state of critical need for turning around its business financially to a phase where stabilising its business and winning new customers take centre stage.
Falck named Company of the Year
InterForce recognizes Falck's support for the armed forces and for employees in the military reserves
Falck introduces electric vehicles for patient transport
Green driving is an essential element when planning Falck's more than 5,000 vehicles, and electric cars are a natural part of that development
Falck improves profitability across all business units while making up for past conduct
Today, leading emergency response and healthcare company Falck released its financial results for Q2 2019. For the fifth quarter in a row, Falck improves underlying profitability, regaining strength while making up for past conduct.
Falck compensates losses in competition case
Falck has reached a settlement regarding payment of compensation for losses resulting from the acts in 2014-15, which led to the ruling of the Competition Council earlier this year against Falck for violation of the competition rules.
Falck improves profitability and cash flow – accelerates cultural turnaround
Today, leading emergency response and healthcare company Falck released its financial results for Q1 2019 and announced a comprehensive self-cleaning programme, Clear.
Danish treatment of chronic patients demonstrated globally
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 is now the largest ambulance operator in Stockholm
With a new contract Falck Ambulance Sweden operates three out of five districts in Stockholm
Falck doubles its UK ambulance business
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 is partner on ambitious project: Drones to carry blood samples and doctors between hospitals
For three years, blood samples and medical equipment will be flown with drones between Odense, Svendborg and Ærø in a new project launched by researchers, Falck and Autonomous Mobility. Later, drones will also transport highly specialized healthcare professionals who need to arrive quickly.