Ingrid Bojner joins Falck’s Board of Directors
At Falck’s annual general meeting today, Ingrid Bojner was elected as a new member of the board.
Following new research: Falck introduces face mask requirement for both employees, patients and users
Falck is making the use of face masks mandatory in the company's global ambulance and healthcare business. Thus, both employees, patients and users now must cover their mouths and noses at all times when interacting with staff in ambulances and patient transports.
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.
Yann Hedoux joins Falck Executive Management
Yann Hedoux, managing director of Falck LATAM and the subsidiary Grupo EMI, has joined Falck Executive Management team as of 1 January 2020.
In recent years, Yann Hedoux and Grupo EMI has continuously shown the ability to deliver primary healthcare and ambulance services to communities in Latin America in a subscription model whilst applying the latest technologies to serve customers and effec
Falck strengthens Executive Management
Falck has added substantial commercial experience and know-how within transformation processes by appointing a new EVP for Falck Assistance Nordic and a new SVP for Global HR
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.
Falck implementing global operating models to restore margin after further decline in 2017
Highlights of Falck’s financial results for 2017:
Revenue was flat at DKK 15,227 million (2016: DKK 15,109m). Operating profit (EBITA) was DKK 2 million (2016: DKK 758m) for an EBITA margin of 0% (2016: 5.0%). EBITA was negatively impacted by DKK 344 million in write-downs on accounts receivable in its US Ambulance business and on the carrying amount of its customer management system in Assist