Montana — State Partnership
Jan. 1, 1995 - March 31, 2022
- Project Overview
- The mission of the EMSC Program is to reduce child and youth mortality and morbidity caused by severe illness or trauma. EMS for Children aims to ensure that:
- state of the art emergency medical care is available for the ill and injured child or adolescent;
- pediatric service is well integrated into an emergency medical service system backed by optimal resources; and
- the entire spectrum of emergency services, including primary prevention of illness and injury, acute care, and rehabilitation, is provided to children and adolescents as well as adults, no matter where they live, attend school or travel.
Montana EMSC’s Program focuses on:
- Strengthening Montana’s Pediatric Readiness
- Increasing the number of Montana Hospitals that are formally recognized as a Pediatric Prepared or a Pediatric Capable Facility.
- Increasing Montana’s Emergency Medical Services Prehospital pediatric capabilities.
- Department of Public Health and Human Services, Public Health & Safety Division, EMS & Trauma Systems Program
|Robin Suzor, AS, BS||
|EMS PECCs: Tempt, Train, or Shame Your Way to Success||Presentation||2019 National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference & NACCHO 2020 Preparedness Summit||
|Pediatric Emergency Care Coordinators in Montana's EMS Agencies||Poster||2019 EMSC All Grantee Meeting||