Advancing the EMS profession


Stroke Awareness

View Resources  With hospitals around the country reporting a recent drop in the number of stroke cases arriving in their emergency rooms, health experts suspect that fear of COVID-19 may be causing people to avoid going to the hospital and calling 911 for non-COVID related medical emergencies, like stroke. EMS can help by educating patients and the general public about the importance of calling 911 for help when people are experiencing symptoms of stroke.


COVID-19 Impact on EMS National Report

Download Report Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, EMS agencies have struggled with a multitude of challenges. In April, 2020 NAEMT conducted a national survey of EMS agency leaders to understand the current impact of COVID-19 on EMS agencies and personnel. A summary of the results was published in May 2020. A follow up survey was conducted in April 2021. Responses were received from 435 agency leaders from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and D.C. This report documents the findings of the national survey.



National Heatstroke Prevention Month

882 children died in the US due to vehicular heatstroke since 1998. Yet, all these deaths could have been prevented. National Heatstroke Prevention Day is May 1, 2021, and NAEMT is collaborating with these and other national organizations to share resources and raise awareness for Park. Look. Lock., the 2021 campaign theme.


 EMS World Expo

Registration is open for EMS World Expo, October 4-8 in Atlanta, Georgia. Make plans now to attend and be the first to register for the in-person NAEMT courses being held in conjunction with the conference. And, remember full NAEMT members save $125 on the core 3-day EMS World Expo registration fee. Register Today


NAEMT Cost Collection Guide for EMS Agencies

Download Cost Collection Guide. NAEMT has published a new Cost Collection Guide to help EMS agencies gain the full scope of costs involved in operating their ground ambulance service. NAEMT extends a very special thank you to the members of the task force that developed content for the guide: Matt Zavadsky, Chris Hanson, Steve Kroll, Adam Parker, Matt Sorrentino and Deborah Von-Seggern Johnson.