This category is for Regional EMS Councils whose responsibility is to oversee Emergency Medical Service operations in a particular state or region of a state. Their responsibilities include licensing, education, training, general oversite and quality control.
Includes events, news, rules, exams, links, staff, programs and refresher Courses.
For over 25 years, AEMS, a non-profit, community-based volunteer organization dedicated to improving emergency medical services (EMS) for the Central Region of Arizona.
Northwestern Pennsylvania's regional EMS Office. Provides primary prehospital education, continuing education, state certification testing and technical assistance for providers in Clarion, Crawford, Erie, Forest, Mercer, Venango, and Warren Counties.
Coordinates and regulates the personnel, facilities, and equipment for this region. Includes regional offices, rules and regulations, news, related links and license information and application.
Responsible for the facilitation, coordination, integration and regulation of all state activities concerning emergency medical services. A Bureau within the Department of Public Safety.
The mission of the regulatory board is to provide leadership which optimizes the quality of emergency medical care for the people of Minnesota.
An EMS system which provides consistent and high quality patient care through cooperative partnerships to maintain and improve the health and well being of the Citizens of Nebraska.
Information for Providers - New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. The Bureau is responsible for the general oversight of the EMS system statewide.
Includes medical director and training coordinators, contact information, calendar of events and service areas.
Information of the services, the council members, lists of available training courses, message boards and a chatroom.
Includes updates, articles, news, classes, CEU's, agencies, links, policies, forms, directions to their office and contact information.
Regional EMS council. Provides education calendar, awards, grants and run data. Includes locations and contact information.
(SAEMS)Regional council. Provides grant funding, training opportunities, data collection and protocol development.
The mission of SEEMS is to ensure quality patient care is available throughout the eleven county area. Coordinate and provide programs and services to emergency care providers in the area. Based in Rochester, Minnesota .
A regional EMS council serving Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Fulton, Huntingdon and Somerset counties in South-central Pennsylvania. Continuing education and training schedules, regional updates and news, policies and protocols.
(SREMSC) is a nonprofit corporation established in 1975 to serve as a regional resource center for the emergency medical services system in southcentral and southwestern Alaska.
Provides direction, support and medical training to EMS providers throughout East Tennessee.
The lead state agency responsible for EMS systems, professional certification and licensure, education, trauma facility designation, prevention and community relations and medical standards on motor vehicle operations.
Providing timely information to EMS providers of Southside Hampton Roads and the Eastern Shore.
Regulates and promotes a statewide system of emergency and trauma care. Includes rules, list of providers, standards, certification/recertification, grants program, conferences and seminars.
Serve to assess, identify, coordinate, plan and implement efficient and effective regional delivery systems in partnership with Virginia's Office of Emergency Medical Services and Advisory Board. Includes a list of regional sites.
Includes information on regional councils, grants program, CISM, EMS for children, public access defibrillation, operations, services, patient care reporting and calendar of events.
Provided information on education, equipment, news and events, funding requests, officers, meeting schedule and contacts.
Serving the counties of Hampshire, Franklin, Berkshire and Hampden as a resource for EMS, ambulance, fire departments and first responder agencies.
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