State Partnership Grants

EMSC Stakeholders State Partnerships

State Partnership grantees work promotes optimal pediatric emergency care.

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EMSC State Partnership Programs support all 57 states, territories, and jurisdictions in meeting the needs of children within their unique emergency care systems. Programs work to achieve federally defined performance measures through locally tailored strategies. By developing, implementing, and sharing resources, tools, and other opportunities to become pediatric ready, State Partnership Programs are at the forefront of improving pediatric patient outcomes.

Learn about State Partnership Programs across the country.

These programs are on the front lines of improving emergency care for children. They build lasting relationships with hospital and prehospital clinicians, administrators, and other experts who directly impact pediatric emergency care. Over the past several decades, State Partnership Programs have achieved key performance measures, including ensuring that EMS agencies across the nation have access to online and offline medical direction, ambulances carry essential pediatric equipment and supplies, and prehospital clinicians receive pediatric continuing education.

Learn about free resources, educational opportunities, quality improvement efforts, research projects, and more – all tailored to your specific state’s needs. Find your state's program information on the map below or connect with your state's EMSC program manager.

Map current as of April 3, 2023.

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