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.
Authors: Christopher Price, MPA1; Lindsey B. Narloch, MS2; Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP3; Nikiah Nudell, MS, NRP4; Karen E. Jacobson, BA5; Shila Blend, PhD, RN-BC6; Brad Gibbens, MPA7; Jason Eblen, BUS, NRP; Howard Walth, RN, NRP8; J. Brent Myers, MD, MPH3; Remle P. Crowe, PhD, NREMT3
Affiliations: 1. Division of EMS, North Dakota Department of Health 2. North Dakota EMS Association 3. ESO, Inc 4. UC Health 5. Jacobson Consulting, LLC; 6. ND IT Department 7. Center for Rural Health, University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences 8. CHI St. Alexius Health
Authors: Anna Massefski, MPH, EMT-B; Stephanie DeMarco (MA-OEMS); EMT-B; Ridgely Ficks (MA-OEMS), EMT-B
Authors: Amber Viitanen, MPH, William Clark RHIT, NRP, Scott Beckley, PhD, Matthew Pickler, Dale Knochenmus, Donnie Woodyard, Jr., MALL, NRP Affiliations: All authors are from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Authors: Morgan K. Anderson1, Chad Pore2, Joseph House2, Douglas G. Butler, Jr.1 1. ImageTrend Clinical & Research Services, Lakeville MN 2. Kansas Board of EM
Authors: Hoi See Tsao, MD, MPH,1 Rachael Alter, BA,2 Erica Kane,3 Toni Gross, MD MPH,4 Lorin Browne, MD,5 Marc Auerbach, MD, MSci,6 Julie Leonard, MD MPH,7 Lorah Ludwig, MA,8 Kathleen M. Adelgais, MD,MPH2,9
1.Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX; Emergency Medical Services for Children Innovation & Improvement Center Fellow Representative 2.Emergency Medical Services for Children Innovation & Improvement Center, The University of Texas Austin, Austin, TX 3.Emergency Medical Services for Children at Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 4.Children’s Hospital of New Orleans, New Orleans, LAbr> 5.Medical College of Wisconsin, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 6.Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT 7.Department of Emergency Medicine, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH 8.Health Resources and Services Administration, Rockville, MD 9.Department of Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
Authors: James L. Thorndike1, EMT-B; Carolina Roberts-Santana2; Jason Rhodes2; Kenneth Williams1,2,3, MD, FACEP, FAEMS
1. Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University; 2. Rhode Island Department of Health Center for EMS; 3. Brown University Department of Emergency Medicine
The National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO), the lead national organization for emergency medical services, is celebrating its 40th-year anniversary during its Annual Meeting, June 19-23, in Charleston, South Carolina. In celebration of this momentous event, NASEMSO has released a commemorative booklet highlighting the organization’s leadership and history. In addition to a brief history of the organization, the booklet contains reflections by many past leaders, as well as pictures from organizational meetings, pictures of leaders, a historical listing of state directors, resolutions passed by NASEMSO, history of projects, memories of staff and friends, and a special in memoriam section. In addition, a section highlights the role of each council (Data Managers, Health & Medical Preparedness, Medical Directors, Pediatric Emergency Care, Personnel Licensure, and Trauma Managers) and provides pictures of their events. A limited number of print copies are available by request.
Read the full press release.
NASEMSO salutes all EMS professionals during National EMS Week, May 15-21. Special events are planned across the country, and this year, each day is marked by a special focus:
Thank you to all who serve!
NASEMSO is excited to announce its Annual Meeting June 19-23, 2022 in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina.
This new page contains hyperlinks to resources and documents to help state EMS officials with this emerging infectious disease.
The job board is available to help members seek qualified candidates for positions within emergency medical services systems.