January: We are celebrating 20 years of mobile service!
Exactly 20 years ago, the first service vehicle rolled out of our yard. The special thing at that time was that no comparable manufacturer service previously existed in the medical technology field. Twelve service vehicles are now servicing more than 1,000 satisfied customers nationwide.
February: Project with the Cologne Fire Department
In 2020, the Cologne Fire Department decided to purchase a new system for patient ventilation. After the presentation of products and services and the calculation of the offers, they chose MEDUVENT Standard. This year, we completed the project successfully, as we provided all 1,800 users with theoretical and practical training.
March: Our new career site is online!
Which faces are behind the products? Which occupations exist? What is special about working at WEINMANN Emergency? Applicants can now get an even better insight into the working world of WEINMANN Emergency. Curious? You can reach our career site with just one click:
April: MEDUCORE Standard² in the mountain rescue service
We had an exciting exchange in April with emergency paramedic Matthias Schübel. He spoke to us about his work with the Black Forest Mountain Rescue Service and explained how MEDUCORE Standard² helps with mountain rescues. You can find the full article on our blog:
May: The RETTmobil is finally back!
The RETTmobil International is one of the most important events in the blue-light scene. The exhibition is also one of our favorite annual events. After the two-year coronavirus break, a particularly large number of visitors came this year to find out about the latest trends. We have summarized all of the highlights:
June: In the finale of the Hamburg Innovation Awards
In addition to conferences and workshops, a selected jury at the Hamburg Innovation Summit also honored companies and startups with success stories this year. The jury was impressed by the close cooperation that WEINMANN Emergency maintains with the professionals from emergency medical services, hospitals and armies. This is how we made it into the finale of the GROWTH category.
July: Filming the CCSV user video
In the best weather, we recorded our new user video in the Inselpark in Hamburg for our innovative CCSV (Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation) ventilation mode. You can find the entire video on YouTube:
August: Sweating at the MOPO relay race
After we had to do without internal events due to the coronavirus for a long time, one of our favorite after-work events was finally able to take place again this year: The MOPO relay race! In total, seven WEINMANN Emergency teams came together to dash through the city park in Hamburg after work.
September: With Ortus at the ESS Birmingham
Together with our partner Ortus, we were at the ESS Emergency Service Show in Birmingham. Our colleagues, Anne-Marie and Carsten, presented the MEDUVENT Standard and MEDUMAT Standard² there. Moreover, the visitors were able to experience our CCSV ventilation mode live.
October: At the EMS World Expo in the USA
Our team from the USA represented us at the EMS World Expo in Orlando. They presented our MEDUMAT EasyCPR and demonstrated the advantages. “We believe in the advantages of mechanical ventilation and it is only a question of time before it also becomes the standard in the USA. The visitors particularly liked the fact that MEDUMAT EasyCPR is so easy to use,” summarized Enrico, Vice President Sales Americas.
November: 150 Years of Hamburg Fire Department
A highlight that does not necessarily concern us, but which we are particularly pleased about: The Hamburg Fire Department turned 150 years this year. In November 1872, the fire department went into service with three fire stations. We are proud of the fact that we can support the staff of the fire department in the field with our ventilators.
December: Valuable exchange at the Emergency Day Dahlewitz
After we had to postpone our Emergency Day 2020 and 2021, we were able to hold it again this year as an attended event in good tradition. It was nice to see both old and new faces and exchange views about current debates in emergency medicine for a whole day.