Exmed support medical missions and operations abroad, including in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Sibera, as well as supporting filming logistics for Top Gear and Comic Relief.
In merging the two firms, Exmed will bring its unique frontline training services to the partnership, and further help Iquarus move into frontline medical care in some of the world’s most remote and difficult operating environments.
Founding directors of Exmed, Ged Healy and Dai Jones, will join Iqarus along with their head office team of 20 and pool of highly trained medical contractors.
Tim Mitchell, CEO of Iqarus said: “Our ambition since launching Iqarus has been to rapidly grow into a global provider of health solutions in the world’s difficult and remote environments.
“The acquisition of Exmed is a major catalyst for our international expansion.
“The calibre of international humanitarian and government customers that they serve and the level of trust that they command in the market is a testament to their skill and professionalism.”
Mr Healy added: “The unique vision, customer approach and strong executive team within Iqarus is a compelling mix and we are looking forward to providing medical services within remote and difficult areas of the globe through a successful, growing and expanding brand."