Emergency Health Systems Program Mission
The mission of the Emergency Health Systems program is to strengthen emergency care through cooperative partnerships and to promote the well-being of the citizens of Nebraska and those who live and work in the State.
The Emergency Health Systems Program staff carries this mission forward through the Program Administrator, EMS specialists, an EMS education & training coordinator, a statewide trauma program manager, and two staff assistants.
The State is divided into four separate regions: Western, Central, Northeast and Southeast and each region has its own dedicated EMS Specialist. To see a map of the regions and which EMS Specialist represents it, click here
. Support of Services
Across Nebraska, approximately 420 licensed ambulance services provide life saving emergency medical care at a moment's notice. Most services provide this care through one of two types of licenses. These license levels are Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support. Within these licenses, a service may be either a transporting or non-transporting provider.
The Emergency Health Systems Program assists services in providing quality care in a variety of ways. Some of the resources available through the Emergency health Systems Program are Physician Medical Director Training, quality assurance guidelines, patient care documentation classes, and service management classes.
To recognize an individual or individuals within your service for years of service, a code save, delivery, or any other recognition, fill out and send in our EMS Recognition Form