South Dakota Office of Rural Health, EMS Program

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Welcome to the South Dakota Office of Rural Health, EMS Program. The EMS Program is responsible for: Improving access to quality Emergency Medical Services in South Dakota Providing technical assistance to ambulance services Partnering with industry stakeholders Collecting and reporting EMS data Licensing ambulance services Certifying of EMTs Approving BLS educational content [...]

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Missouri EMT and Paramedic Licensing – Protocols

The Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is responsible for protecting the health, safety and welfare of the public by assuring that emergency medical services provided by ambulance services, emergency medical response agencies, training entities and emergency medical technicians meet or exceed established standards. Initial Licensing in the State of Missouri:  To obtain an initial [...]

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Alabama EMS

Rules and Protocols EMS Rules EMS Rules 2013 went into effect March 31, 2013. Protocols - Updated November 2015 Alabama EMS Patient Care Protocols 8th Edition (2 MB) Protocol Evaluation Certificate Updates to EMS Patient Care Protocols 8th Edition EMS Patient Care Protocols Training Last Updated: March 8, 2016

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Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Guidelines

MISSION: To develop on an ongoing basis the best possible set of trauma care guidelines customized for the tactical environment and to facilitate the transition of these recommendations into battlefield trauma care practice. The Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC) is the Prehospital arm of the Joint Trauma System for the Department of Defense. [...]

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New Hampshire EMS

  The Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (BEMS) is one of the two bureaus that make up the Division of Fire Standards and Training & Emergency Medical Services. The ultimate goa of the Bureau of EMS is to improve patient safety and high-quality out-of-hospital emergency care for everyone in New Hampshire. The Bureau of EMS [...]

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New Jersey EMS

Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) Emergency Medical Services certifies more than 26,000 Emergency Medical Technician-Basics (EMT-B's) and 1,700 Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedics (EMT-P's) as well as licensing mobility assistance vehicles, ambulances, mobile intensive care units, specialty care transport units and air medical units totaling more than 4,500 vehicles. Website and Protocols

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New Mexico Department of Health

Emergency Medical Systems Bureau The Emergency Medical Systems Bureau (EMSB) is designated as the lead agency for the emergency medical services system, including injury prevention, and establishes and maintains programs for regional planning and development, improvement, expansion and direction of emergency medical services throughout the state. The EMSBaccomplishes these goals through the provision, design, development [...]

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State of Rhode Island Department of Health

Emergency Medical Services Mission To plan for, and oversee licensing of, emergency medical services in the state. What we do Collaborate with the Ambulance Service Advisory Board. Develop and administer a comprehensive statewide plan for emergency medical services. Establish minimum standards for licensing, vehicles, equipment for vehicles, personnel, training, communications and the treatment of acutely [...]

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Vermont EMS – EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & EMS

If you are interested in becoming a Vermont EMS Provider, we recommend that you contact the EMS agencies near you to find out how to become a member or employee of their organization. Agency affiliation isn’t required to take an EMS course, but agencies usually cover some or all of the cost of EMS training [...]

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