North Carolina — State Partnership

North Carolina EMSC State Partnership Program

Oct. 1, 1997 - Present

Grant Number
H33MC06732
Project Overview
The Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Program works to decrease child morbidity and mortality due to severe illness or injury. It does this by working to improve the emergency medical care system as it pertains to children's needs across the continuum of emergency care - including prevention, pre-hospital care, acute care, rehabilitation, and reintegration into the community.
Institution
Division of Health Service Regulation, Office of EMS
Main Contact

Regions

HRSA

4

EMSC

Atlantic

HPP

4

NASEMSO

South

Contacts

Name Role(s) Phone Email
Kimberly Clement
  • Program Director
(919) 855-3936 kimberly.clement@dhhs.nc.gov
Gregory Edwards
  • Program Manager
(919) 701-2656 Gregory.Edwards@dhhs.nc.gov
Zina Sutton
  • FAN

Products

Title Format Description Published/Revised Availability
Here to Help: Proper Child Restraints in Emergency Vehicles Education Module(s)/Curriculum In this training video, you’ll hear from experts why it’s important to appropriately restrain, and so, safeguard children in ambulances. … 2011 Available Online
Transfer of the Pediatric Patient Template/Sample A document that hospitals may use as their own pediatric inter-facility transfer guidelines, or as a template or reference to … 2009 Available Online
Recommended EMS Guidelines for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) Protocol/Guidelines These guidelines are meant to provide general guidance only and are not meant to supercede state and local medical protocols. … 2009 Available Online