South Dakota — State Partnership

South Dakota Emergency Medical Services for Children State Partnership Grant

Jan. 1, 1993 - Present

Grant Number
H33MC06693
Project Overview
Goal: Assess and improve the operational capacity of South Dakota to provide pediatric emergency care to all seriously ill and injured children to reduce pediatric morbidity and mortality. Objective I: Achieve the EMSC SP Program objectives, monitor and measure the impact at state/jurisdiction levels, and execute the established targets for the Program’s performance measures. Objective II: Collaborate with key EMS stakeholders to establish the required six activity competencies by; collecting and reporting data, participating in a QI collaborative, promote pre-hospital and hospital system education, standardizing equipment and protocols, engage with state healthcare coalitions, develop recognition systems, increase pediatric preparedness/readiness and identity gaps, promote EMS the need for a PECC, skills, data collection with NEMSIS and ensure the EMSC Advisory Committee meets recommended activities.
Institution
University of South Dakota, Sanford School of Medicine
Main Contact

Regions

HRSA

8

EMSC

HECC

HPP

8

NASEMSO

Western Plains

Contacts

Name Role(s) Phone Email
Rachel Lamfers
  • FAN
Corolla Lauck, NREMT-P
  • Program Manager
  • Program Director
(605) 328-6668 corolla.lauck@usd.edu

Products

Title Format Description Published/Revised Availability
What the HECC is a PECC? Guidance/Information Learn what a PECC is and why it is important to have one at your EMS agency. 2019 Available Online

Disseminations

Title Type Publication/Event Published/Presented Identifier Details
Virtual Pediatric Symposiums Poster 2021 EMSC All Grantee Meeting 2021