Serving our nation’s EMS practitioners

Top News

  • NAEMT Announces the 2017 Recipients of the EMS Advocate of the Year Award
  • Data Feed Now Available for Websites and Apps
  • National “Emergency Preparedness Requirements Final Rule Training Call” on April 27, 2017
  • FirstNet Partners with AT&T to Build Wireless Broadband Network for America’s First Responders
  • NAEMT President Dennis Rowe Named to Tennessee EMS Board
  • NASEMSO Releases Guidance on Safe Transport of Children by EMS
  • President Trump's First Budget Cuts Spending Across Several Federal Agencies, Increases In Few
  • What Are Your Top Safety Concerns?
  • NAEMT Asks FEMA to Increase Role of EMS in Agency’s Activities
  • Senate confirms Seema Verma to be Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services administrator

World Trauma Symposium

World Trauma Symposium

The World Trauma Symposium on October 17 will feature insights from trauma experts – civilian, tactical and military – for prehospital trauma education you can't get anywhere else!

NAEMT Annual Meeting

NAEMT Annual Meeting

Join us on October 16-18 in Las Vegas, Nevada! The annual meeting is held in conjunction with EMS World Expo, which offers NAEMT members $125 off the core registration.

2016 Annual Report


The work of our association to ensure the provision of outstanding patient care in all communities is detailed in this report. Our efforts to improve the practice of EMS include the development of high-quality education, promotion of innovation, and advocating for our patients and communities.

EMS Preparedness


The findings from a national survey of EMS practitioners and managers is available in the NAEMT National Survey on EMS Preparedness for Disaster and Mass Casualty Incident Response. The report provides insight into the level of proficiency and training of EMS practitioners to provide the medical response expected by communities during disasters and mass casualty incidents.

Disaster Response

All Hazards Disaster Response

NAEMT's All Hazards Disaster Response (AHDR) is an 8-hour course designed for EMS practitioners at all levels. AHDR addresses the insufficient training and lack of hands-on experience reported by 64% of the respondents to an NAEMT national survey.