PreHospital Based Care
The EMSC PreHospital Domain supports the EMS community on a wide range of issues including: injury prevention, community paramedicine, ambulance equipment guidelines and transportation.
This site contains many tools to assist in Prehospital care:
EMS for Children Day
EMSC Day is a time to honor those who take care of our children in an emergency. The EMS for Children Program would like to thank the thousands of health care professionals – EMTs, paramedics, nurses and physicians – who for the last 35 years have worked with the Program at the state and national levels to improve the care provided to children in the emergency setting!
EMS Agenda 2050
After more than two years of stakeholder and public input, the Office of EMS at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and its federal partners have released “EMS Agenda 2050: A People-Centered Vision for the Future of Emergency Medical Services.” The document describes a vision for evidence-based, data-driven EMS that is integrated with the rest of the nation’s healthcare system.
Guidelines for Providing Family-Centered Prehospital Care
These guidelines were developed as a result of a two-day consensus panel meeting hosted by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). The panel represented 17 stakeholder organizations, plus family and cultural competency representatives.
If you have questions about the prehospital domain, please contact:
- PreHospital Based Care
- EMS For Children (EMSC) Day
- EMS Agenda 2050
- Equipment Recommendations
- Trauma Resuscitation Checklist
Is your family prepared for an emergency?Download 30 Million Children Brochure
This brochure details 10 ways to prepare for a medical emergency involving a child including a template to create a family emergency plan to be distributed to day care providers, relatives, and babysitters.