Injured in Mexico? We’ll get you home!
Our bilingual Binational Emergency Medical Care staff will get you out of Mexico in case of a medical emergency 24/7. We offer tax deductible annual memberships to give you one-stop coordination assistance.
If you had a medical emergency in Mexico, would you know what to do? Who to contact? Or even where to begin? Our team has coordinated thousands of successful evacuations and rescue missions since 1976. Call us, and we will coordinate the transport with key medical personnel in the United States and Mexico to evacuate you in a critical emergency.
BINATIONAL EMERGENCY’S INTERNATIONAL FUNDRAISER AND CORPORATE NETWORKING EVENT
BEMCC FUNDRAISER 2014
Binational Emergency will hold it’s annual fundraising event on Saturday, September 20th at Dol…
BINATIONAL EMERGENCY WINS SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR!!!!
Binational Emergency has been awarded two major small business accolades. First, our Executive Director Celia G. Diaz wo…
Our Rescued Clients Say it Best
My deepest gratitude and thanx to everyone who played a role in my rescue and to the incredible medical team who made short work of putting me back together. I called the US Coast Guard once I was back home and learned that it was the BEMCC and Celia Diaz who coordinated the rescue. THANK YOU Celia, and BEMCC!! Skip Statts – Surf rescue
BEMCC got involved and obtained the necessary information to coordinate the air evacuation for Emada Castillo, possibly saving her life and thousands of dollars in the process! This is why it is so crucial for Binational emergency to have emergency contacts, personal and insurance information. Refer a friend and become a BEMCC member and we can save you thousands of dollars too! L.A.P.D. Officer Emada Castillo
Your organization really came through for me last week. We called at a time when I was in deep physical trouble and I needed help immediately. You did a great job of organizing my transportation to UCSD Medical Center from Rosarito. When I got to the medical center, I was in very bad shape from a high loss of blood into my colon. After I was stabilized, the medical staff told me that they were very fearful of losing me. Your service and the skilled medical professionals at the emergency room brought me back from the edge of life. Harry Langford
[If they would have] told me I would be going back on an ambulance, I would have given up hope – mentally I would have given up. I was mentally fighting to stay alive. Special Agent John Zinna