IPSS Medical Rescue


    After having identified the need for a dynamic emergency medical and rescue service provider in certain parts of Northern KwaZulu Natal, IPSS Medical Rescue was started in 2013 by Dylan Meyrick and Paul Herbst.

    Dylan, the owner of the holding company IPSS Security Operations, has been managing security operations in KZN for over 20 years. Paul has been involved in emergency medical and rescue services both locally and abroad for the past 15 years.

    Our road operations focus primarily on the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, whilst our site-based solutions extend into other parts of the country.

    IPSS Medical Rescue render 24HR Advanced Life Support Medical Rescue and Ambulance Services to communities. We operate a modern fleet of ambulances and rapid response vehicles as well as various rescue units.

    IPSS Medical Rescue offer commercial and industrial clients a number of risk management focused solutions, both on-site and remotely managed. We are currently involved with projects both locally and abroad.


    24HR Control Centre
    We operate a 24HR technology-enabled control centre, staffed by medical personnel.

    Our geo-location system enables the disptaching of the closest suitable resources.

    Rescue Services
    IPSS Medical Rescue operate two technical rescue units as well as an aquatic rescue unit. These services are available to both communities and industrial clients.

    Training Centre
    Our training college offers a number of accredited First Aid, OHS and EMS related courses. We offer on-site training for companies and groups.

    Medical Services
    We operate a 24HR Advanced Life Support emergency medical and rescue services.

    We manage IOD cases and inter-hospital transfers.

    Occupational Risk Management Solutions
    We assist Industrial projects manage areas of occupational risk and emergency preparedness.

    Event Risk Management
    Our event risk management specialists assist event organisers and partners in complying with legislation and best practices.

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