The United States and the world are being confronted with the worst pandemic in modern history. In the normal spirit of EMS, we are called to the front lines risking our personal safety to provide life-saving skills for our individual communities. In this time of darkness, we are the light for many who suffer from every day injuries and illness, as well as COVID-19.
During this time of tribulation and personal sacrifice, we are hoping to obtain a simple message and logo that can be used as a reference point of inspiration for EMS, our first responders, and our community.
Temporary BLS Protocol 932 - No Transport for Suspected COVID-19 Patients
The Bureau of EMS released EMSIB 2020-17 Temporary Statewide BLS Non-Transport of Patients with Suspected COVID-19. This will look very similar to the EMS Triage Tool for COVID-19, we have been using in our region previously. However, there are some changes.
Included on this page, you will find links for the following:
The EHSF staff continues to closely monitor and respond to the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) challenges. We take great care to align all recommendations from our office with state and federal guidance and resources. We are attempting to communicate frequently, while also making every attempt to reduce redundant communications We are involved in daily conference calls, and willprovide a weekly summary update for all stakeholders.
The EMS Act of 2009 and the Rules and Regulations require the driver of a licensed EMS vehicle be EMSVO certified. Here you will find resources on initial and renewal certification registration for the EMSVO.