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.
Jan. 3, 2022 (Falls Church, Va.) – The National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO) is mourning the loss of James “Jim” DeTienne following a brave battle with multiple cancers. Jim, an association past president, was frequently described as an EMS champion, mentor, colleague, and friend. To read more, click here.
Sept. 9, 2021 – The NASEMSO Board of Directors made a difficult decision about proceeding with the Annual Meeting scheduled for November 14-18. The unabating pandemic, the workload the pandemic has placed on many state EMS offices, and state travel restrictions have severely affected likely turnout. After reviewing poll results from state directors which indicated few would be able to attend, the Board reluctantly voted to cancel the meeting in Reno. The decision had to be made at this juncture to avoid penalties from the hotel.
We fully intend to proceed with the NASEMSO Annual Meetings 2022 and 2023. Please click here to view those dates and to mark your calendars to attend.
In completing Version 3, the project team has reviewed and updated all existing guidelines, as well as added five new guidelines. Version 3 of the Guidelines, similar to the original version released in 2014, was completed by a team of EMS and specialty physicians comprised of members of the NASEMSO Medical Directors Council and representatives from six EMS medical director stakeholder organizations (AAEM, ACEP, AAP-COPEM, ACS-COT, AMPA, and NAEMSP). In addition, all guidelines have been reviewed by a team of pediatric emergency medicine physicians, pharmacologists and other technical reviewers.
As part of the process we invite you to provide public comment on this draft version by completing the form below before September 24, 2021.
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.