HEMS - the name they bear a Pole base in the Air Rescue Service (ang. Helicopter Emergency Medical Service, pol. Helicopter Emergency Medical Service). Currently, LPR has 17 permanent bases and 1 time. Since 2011 the number of databases is to increase - in connection with the tender awarded Oct. 10, 2007.

Western Pomerania has two HEMS bases - map

  1. Base in Szczecin - Airport Szczecin Goleniów - a permanent base operating area HEMSDyrektor Department of Szczecin
    installments. med. Paul Niemiro
    tel. 665 012 669
    72-100 Goleniow Airport Szczecin Goleniów

    HEMS Szczecin

    HEMS Szczecin

  2. Seasonal base in Koszalin

Air Rescue - emergency medical service, performing in Polish health care system tasks related to air transport of rescue and sanitary. Ambulance was founded in 2000 as an independent public health care to the Minister of Health. Director of LPR is PhD., MD., Robert Gałązkowski.

747l HEMS


By the spring of 2011. In use they were also withdrawn helicopters Mi-2 plus. Eurocopter, with its model EC135, has been chosen as a supplier of machines and one 23 flight simulator. The first machine landed at the airport Warsaw-Babice September 10th 2009. The remaining 22 helicopters have been delivered by the end of 2010 (the last 2 transfer machines was held on 16 December 2010). Need to change the helicopters resulted, among others, in the absence of certification JAR-OPS 3 for previously used Mi-2plus and nieprzystawania this equipment to modern requirements and standards rescue. Due to the need for training and familiarize with the new hardware first new LRP helicopters came into service (HEMS) in the late spring and summer of 2010, the last passed in the spring of 2011.

Helicopters PMAR have the equipment and cast similar to a specialist intensive care ambulance. Often used as an aid to weight-bearing ambulance teams or in cases requiring immediate transport the injured to a specialist center.

Website LPR: http://www.lpr.com.pl/