ASB rescue and ambulance service

We help here and now. 24/7!

The rescue service of ASB Mannheim/Rhine-Neckar Region is an important part of the existential basic medical care in Mannheim and the Rhine-Neckar district. Specially trained in emergency medicine, our teams provide round-the-clock emergency medical services at the Mannheim-Käfertal, Mannheim-Sandhofen, Hirschberg and Heidelberg-Rohrbach rescue stations. provide adequate assistance. In acute medical emergencies, the vehicles are requested and coordinated by the integrated Rhine-Neckar control center and the Mannheim control center.

Vehicles and medical equipment meet the high requirements of modern emergency medicine, so that patients can already receive intensive medical care on site and be stabilized for transport. The fleet of ASB Mannheim/Rhine-Neckar Region includes eight ambulances (RTW), 12 patient transport vehicles (KTW), a state-of-the-art command vehicle, several emergency medical service vehicles and a drone vehicle. About 300 employees are on duty as paramedics or emergency medical technicians. Around 60 young people are trained as emergency paramedics at ASB Mannheim/Rhine-Neckar Region . 

Ambulances are available for sick and needy people who are not emergency patients. Trained paramedics are on standby to provide qualified medical care for trips to the hospital, transferring a sick person or bringing them back from abroad.

The drone task force expands the range of assistance and rescue services offered by ASB Mannheim/Rhine-Neckar Region. It is alerted via the Rhine-Neckar control center, requested by the police, fire department or rescue dog team. The drone is used when people are missing or being searched for, in the case of larger fires to discover pockets of embers or to gain an overview in large-scale damage situations and in dangerous areas. The video from the thermal imaging camera is transmitted directly to the scene.

The training rescue station of the ASB Mannheim/Rhein-Neckar is responsible for the training and further education of the rescue specialists. To ensure that every move is made correctly in an emergency, we place the highest value on the best possible training of our emergency and paramedic staff. Every year, all employees receive a coordinated, in-house annual training course using modern simulation technology. In addition to this, we also offer external training for medical personnel with our high-quality patient simulators and competent practical instructors. For the training of our paramedics and emergency paramedics, we work closely with the Franz Anton Mai School for rescue services, the state school of the ASB Baden-Württemberg, located in Mannheim.

Emergency call fire department and rescue service: 112
Patient transport: 19222

Our medical service

You celebrate relaxed and carefree - we take care!

First-aid services are needed wherever large numbers of people gather. For example, at concerts, festivals, sporting events and soccer matches. The ASB Mannheim Rhine-Neckar Region provides first-aid services as a permanent partner for many major events. For example, the SRH twilight marathon in Mannheim or the second division Bundesliga games of SV Sandhausen. Our employees provide medical first aid in case of emergency. Expert ASB helpers: inside and the necessary vehicles are ready to provide help quickly. Depending on the size of the event, the legal regulations require that there must always be enough qualified emergency personnel on site. The first-aid services can be requested for public, company and private celebrations.

Consultation and offer

The following information is important for us to provide you with a detailed consultation about the medical service at your event:

  • What type of event is it (sport, concert, festival)?
  • How many guests are you expecting?
  • Are you expecting local, national or international celebrities?
  • What time is the event and how long does it last?
  • At which location is the event planned? (Concert hall, open air area, company premises)

Together with you, we create a comprehensive concept before the event and plan the implementation. In the case of larger-scale operations, our range of services includes not only the implementation of emergency preparedness, but also the preparation of an operational plan, participation in safety meetings of the event organizers and regulatory authorities, the provision of information to the rescue control centers, the activation of an emergency cell phone and the preparation of an operational evaluation.

Join in - have fun - do good

The ambulance service thrives on volunteers. We are an open, friendly community and welcome all people who want to join us. They experience exciting events up close, they have fun and exchange in the team and care for injured or sick people.

A prerequisite for volunteer ambulance service is participation in a first aid course. Further training builds on the following courses:

The paramedic course (SHL) prepares participants for basic paramedic service. The paramedics are provided with a paramedic bag and mask ventilation aids for use in the field. The course ends with an examination if the training is not continued within three months with the paramedic service course.

The paramedic service course (SDL) completes the paramedic technical training. The course prepares students for paramedic services in a team, using the DIN equipment of an ambulance. The SDL course concludes with an examination to become a paramedic.

The knowledge and skills must be refreshed in regular training sessions and can be supplemented and expanded through specialized continuing education.

Contribute - We are looking for you!

Are you interested in joining a friendly, dedicated team on interesting assignments?

We are always looking for nice, motivated people who would like to work with us on a temporary basis as a paramedic, paramedic, paramedic assistant, instructor, operations manager or emergency physician.

Please get in touch with us. You are still without a corresponding qualification ? With our rescue service school we help you to reach your goal. Talk to us, we are looking forward to your message.
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Contact

Would you like to receive more information about the rescue and ambulance service or do you have further questions? Please feel free to contact us. We are here for you!


Rescue Service Manager

Hendrik Maier

Mannheim Service Center,
Auf dem Sand 78
68309 Mannheim

+49 621 72707-200

h.maier@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Deputy rescue service manager

Frank Weissbarth

Mannheim Service Center,
Auf dem Sand 78
68309 Mannheim

+49 621 72707-200

f.weissbarth@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Head of medical and emergency services

Johannes Kattermann

Mannheim Service Center,
Auf dem Sand 78
68309 Mannheim

+49 621 72707-210

notfallvorsorge@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Head of teaching rescue station

Constantin Hettinger

Mannheim Service Center,
Auf dem Sand 78
68309 Mannheim

+49 621 72707-207

c.hettinger@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Recruitment rescue service

Alexander Pistorius

Mannheim Service Center,
Auf dem Sand 78
68309 Mannheim

+49 621 72707-205

a.pistorius@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Billing rescue service

Mannheim Service Center,
Auf dem Sand 78
68309 Mannheim

+49 621 72707-220

abrechnung@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Mannheim-Käfertal Rescue Station

Mannheim Service Center,
Auf dem Sand 78
68309 Mannheim

+49 621 72707-200

rettungsdienst@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Sandhofen rescue station

Bullfinch way 7-9
68307 Mannheim

+49 621 72707-200

rettungsdienst@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Rescue station Rohrbach

Heidelberg Service Center,
Hatschekstrasse 7-9
69124 Heidelberg

+49 621 72707-200

rettungsdienst@asb-rhein-neckar.de

Rescue station Hirschberg

Goldbeck Street 6b
69493 Hirschberg

+49 621 72707-200

rettungsdienst@asb-rhein-neckar.de