Global Rescue Offers
Rescue means we’ll come to you if you are unable to get to a hospital or are in danger. Our deployable teams are standing by to rescue our members from the point of illness or injury for any serious medical emergency.
If you do have to be hospitalized, we have the ability to transport our members back to their home hospital of choice.
Our operations centers are staffed by experienced nurses and paramedics, who can help you get the care you need.
Global Rescue has partnerships with the Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Division of Special Operations, Elite Medical Group and Partners HealthCare.
Destination Reports and Event Alerts
Destination reports for 215 countries and principalities worldwide include entry requirements, COVID-19 travel status and restrictions, detailed health and security assessments and required immunizations. Keep up to date on health and security events worldwide.
From a language barrier during an emergency to a lost passport, Global Rescue travel assistance can help with unexpected issues. Global Rescue can also provide referrals to legal representation in more than 160 countries.
Our on-staff teams of military special operations veterans are available to provide advisory, consultation and evacuation services for events like natural disasters, terror attacks and civil unrest when you are in danger.
My Global Rescue App
Browse destination reports and alerts, activate emergency assistance, real-time virtual health visits and keep track of the people you care about with GPS tracking and messaging.
“Global Rescue responded to me within about 30 seconds.”
Maredith Richardson, a graduate student studying internationally who lost her passport to a purse snatcher.
“Global Rescue had a team of special operations experts working to obtain an aircraft to get me out.”
Michael Blease-Shepley, a businessman who needed evacuation from Nigeria following the outbreak of COVID-19.