The National Association of State EMS Officials is the lead national organization for EMS, a respected voice for national EMS policy with comprehensive concern and commitment for the development of effective, integrated, community-based, universal and consistent EMS systems.
The National Association of State EMS Officials invites you to join the professional association for state emergency medical services officials.
NASEMSO engages in strategic partnerships to improve the provision of emergency medical services through safe, reliable, and effective EMS systems.
NASEMSO resources include reference documents, best practices, links of interest, and an extensive network of subject matter experts to assist state EMS directors and administrators.
When: Friday, May 17 at 4:00 p.m. (approximately)
The Plaza Stage at National Harbor
National Harbor Blvd.
Oxon Hill, MD
Who: Families, friends, and colleagues of EMS and air medical professionals who lost their lives in the line of duty as well as EMS legacy personnel who have died of natural or non-employment-related causes will gather to cheer the National EMS Memorial Bike Riders as they roll into National Harbor. The NEMSMBR East Coast Route will be joined by NEMSMBR Southern Route riders in Annapolis, MD and will ride into National Harbor. The riders will be led by law enforcement and fire/EMS vehicles as they proceed to The Plaza. Bagpipe and drum corps along with honor guards from around the United States will also be there to welcome the riders.
The Emergency Nurses Association has announced that NASEMSO Strategic Partnerships Director and Program Manager Kathy Robinson, RN, Paramedic, is the recipient of the prestigious ENA Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is presented annually to honor a nurse whose career achievements reflect dedicated service, accomplishments and/or contributions to emergency nursing that have value to emergency nursing beyond the recipient’s lifetime.
The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) has completed Data Use and Analytic agreements to become the eighteenth state to partner with Biospatial, Inc. Biospatial uses emergency medical services (EMS) and health-related data sources to provide timely, national-scale syndromic detection, monitor real-time trends, and alert to syndromic anomalies critical to the nation’s health and safety. The UDOH will submit National EMS Information System (NEMSIS) data elements to the Biospatial platform to assist in national preparedness and enhance Utah’s ability to visualize their data with other data layers of relevance.
This website has been designed to provide a wealth of information in a format that is compatible with a variety of operating systems and devices (e.g. laptop, tablet, smartphone).
The NASEMSO Washington Update is published by e-mail for association members and partners.
The job board is available to help members seek qualified candidates for positions within emergency medical services systems.