European Medical Command

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European Medical Command
European Medical Command.svg
Emojione 2B50.svg Lead Nation
  Participant
  Observer
  Other PESCO states
Active2018 -
CountryEuropean Union
AllegianceEuropean Union
BranchPermanent Structured Cooperation
TypeMedical Command
Websitewww.consilium.europa.eu/media/32079/pesco-overview-of-first-collaborative-of-projects-for-press.pdf

The European Medical Command (EMC) is a planned medical command centre in support of the military operations of the European Union, as part of the Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO).[1]

The EMC will provide the EU with a permanent medical capability to support operations abroad, including medical resources and a rapidly deployable medical task force. The EMC will also provide medical evacuation facilities, triage and resuscitation, treatment and holding of patients until they can be returned to duty, and emergency dental treatment. It will also contribute to harmonising medical standards, certification and legal (civil) framework conditions.[2]

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  1. ^ "In Defence of Europe - EPSC - European Commission". EPSC.
  2. ^ http://www.consilium.europa.eu/media/32079/pesco-overview-of-first-collaborative-of-projects-for-press.pdf

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