Paris, France, June 10, 2019 - The largest, independent global assistance alliance, the International Assistance Group (IAG), has appointed Gateway International EMS as an Accredited Service Provider for medical and non-medical ground transportation services.

With an audited network of over 3 000 providers, worldwide, Gateway International EMS will provide the group’s partner organisations with a range of options including ground ambulances and wheelchair vans, plus town cars and larger vehicles. Using the International Assistance Group ‘s proprietary operational portal, Globus, case managers will now have an additional option when needing to deal with ground transportation needs. They can rest assured that Gateway International EMS’ operational and selection procedures have vetted providers globally.

Founded in 2012 and based in Washington DC, USA, Gateway International EMS wanted to tackle the challenge of ground transportation on a worldwide dimension.


Gateway’s CEO Oliver Mϋller, a former flight paramedic, medical assistance and air ambulance operations manager, stated: “We are delighted to have attained Accredited Service Provider status within the alliance. Personally, I know how challenging some medical cases can be. Our one-stop and simplified approach to ground transportation will make a case manager’s jobs a lot easier and put our client’s and their patients at ease.