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- NREMT Certification NEW!
- Traffic Incident Management Training NEW!
- Stroke/STEMI Transport Protocol Algorithm
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- Continuing Education Opportunity EMS and Ebola: Field Experience with Transporting Patients
- Medical Transport Guidelines
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- Interim Guidance for Emergency Medical Services
- CDC Guidelines for air medical transport of EBOLA patients
- Detailed Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Checklist for Ebola Preparedness
- Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Screening for EMS
- Memo: CDC Check List for Ebola Preparedness
- USB to Infrared Mini Adapters available to Zoll AED users
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Office of Primary Care and Rural Health (OPCRH) has twenty-two (22) USB to Infrared Mini Adapters available to give to anyone using Zoll AEDs. These USB adapters allow computers to wirelessly upload data to or off-load data from the AED. These adapters are an older version and not as compact as the currently available adapters; but they will still make wireless communication possible between a computer and AED. Please feel free to contact Lee Temmen at the OPCRH if you would like to have one or more of the adapters. Call toll free 1-800-891-7415 or locally, call 573-751-6219.
- Procedures for Deployed Military Re-Licensure
- Important Information for EMS services holding a BNDD registration
- Important information regarding the transportation of stroke patients in Missouri
- Important Notice to all Services and Training Entities
- Free Training Opportunity for all First Responders!
- Attention Paramedic Students...Is Your program CAAHEP accredited
- Handbook for EMS Medical Directors
- CDC Trauma Triage Guidelines
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, trauma center, training entities and emergency medical technicians meet or exceed established standards.
EMS investigates complaints and may exercise its authority to deny, place on probation, suspend or revoke the licensure of an ambulance service, training entity, trauma center, emergency medical response agency, and emergency medical technician when statutory or regulatory violation is substantiated.