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Global Rescue Partners with The Explorers Club

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Professional exploration society offers crisis response firm’s life-saving services to members

Kosich_Matterhorn3_retouchedBoston, MA – Global Rescue, a crisis response firm providing the finest medical, security, evacuation, intelligence, and travel risk management services to enterprises, governments, associations and individuals, today announced its partnership with The Explorers Club, the historic world center for exploration founded in 1904 to promote the scientific exploration of land, sea, air, and space by supporting research and education in the physical, natural and biological sciences.

Under terms of the partnership, Global Rescue becomes the official provider of evacuation and travel intelligence services to The Explorers Club and its members. The Explorers Club members benefit from Global Rescue’s signature Field Rescue, evacuation and medical advisory services, including medical support from Global Rescue critical care paramedics and physicians; medical referrals to local medical providers and hospitals, including more than 200 medical Centers of Excellence; and travel assistance, including legal referrals and assistance with lost passports and travel documents.

“Over the past decade, Global Rescue has demonstrated its life-saving services time and again under challenging conditions,” said Will Roseman, Executive Director of The Explorers Club.  ”With Global Rescue services behind them, our members can pursue their goals with confidence.”

“Over the last century, The Explorers Club’s members have led many of our most important missions of scientific discovery.  These have included reaching the top of Mount Everest, reaching the lowest point in the oceans, reaching both poles and landing on the moon,” said Dan Richards, Global Rescue CEO and founder. “We are proud to be able to play a part in the future of scientific exploration and to support the ongoing mission of The Explorers Club and its members wherever they might need us.”

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