Our customers have a central and critical position in our society. Public and private health care services have to help, protect and ensure the safety and efficiencies of all the citizens who use the EMCC´s and hospitals. 
Despite a small team, EmergencyPerform was able to go from an idea to have the first domestic development partner/customer in place before 12 months had passed. The first international development partner was signed within another 9 months. The emergency and general medical domain credibility is provided by our development partners and future customers:

  • RAKOS - Regional Centre for Emergency Medical Research and Development is a highly regarded     Norwegian institution within the field of emergency medical services including emergency call centres.

  • Stavanger University Hospital - one of the largest hospitals in Norway - department for emergency     medicine with their 113 call centre.

  • Die Johanniter - The Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. (JUH) has been active in various charitable and social     areas for more than 60 years. Today, more than 20,000 full-time employees, just under 36,000     volunteer helpers and around 1.3 million support members work for the JUH. It is one of the largest     aid organizations in Europe. Their duties include rescue and medical service, civil protection and first     aid training. 

  • SomSagt - The company was incorporated in September 2014 to develop a service offer for systematic     post education training of health personnel in research based clinical communication. The company is     partly owned by the University of Oslo and Akershus University Hospital.  

  • Medic Innovation, Germany is a strategy and innovation consulting firm for the German and European     healthcare market.

  • In dialogue with umbrella organisations in the USA - which improves 9-1-1through research, standards     development, training, education, outreach, and advocacy.

  • In dialogue with 9-1-1 emergency call centres (Public-Safety Answering Points, PSAPs) 


«The EmergencyPerform simulation gives us the chance to integrate training into our daily operations. This will give unprecedented opportunities for our operators to build experience and develop their skills every day. We expect significant improvement in emergency response time, and the medical precision in our operations.»

Thomas Lindner, MD, PhD, Director RAKOS – The Regional Centre for Emergency Medical Research and Development

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