Serving our nation’s EMS practitioners

Top News

  • Community Paramedic Handbook Available from Program Sponsors
  • EMS Culture of Safety Draft 2 Available for Comment
  • Joint Commission Issues SEA on Healthcare Worker Fatigue and Patient Safety
  • New Reference Published: Defining National EMS Program Accreditation
  • Three New Member Benefits Added
  • House Passes Medicare Relief Through 2012 - Please Send Messages to Congress on This Issue Now!
  • NAEMT Board Votes to Actively Support New Federal Bills That Support EMS
  • $1 Billion in Grant Funding Available for EMS Services for Innovative Ideas on Medicare and Medicaid
  • NIST Asks All EMS Professionals to Take Survey on Ambulance Patient Compartment Safety
  • UPMC Study Highlights EMS Workplace Safety


EMS 3.0 Transformation Summit

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 – Hilton Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia 

Learn strategies to navigate healthcare change.
Integrated, value-based patient care is the cornerstone of our evolving healthcare system. To thrive, EMS agencies must expand their services to provide the full spectrum of out-of-hospital patient care – emergent, urgent and preventive.


EMS On The Hill Day

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 (briefing: evening on April 10) – Hilton Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia 

Let Congress know the types of care EMS provides. EMS provides emergent, urgent and preventive patient care to all in need... and Congress should know it!

To reach all members of Congress, we need EMS representation from ALL states! Your congressional leaders want to hear from you - their constituents. Your participation is critical to delivering our message to Congress! 

New PTEP Course

Psychological Trauma in EMS Patients

NAEMT's Psychological Trauma in EMS Patients course gives EMS practitioners the resources to help alleviate patients’ hidden wounds – intense fear, stress and pain – during a medical emergency. PTEP educates EMS practitioners about the biological underpinnings of psychological trauma, the short and long-term impact, and warning signs that a patient is experiencing psychological distress. Learn more

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.

NEW! Education Catalog

2017-18 NAEMT Education Catalog

The NAEMT Education Catalog includes course descriptions, as well as key attributes of the NAEMT curriculum, course administration and information for course coordinators.