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Alaska Emergency Medical Services


Alaska EMS ECHO

Fridays 10:00-11:00am

Under the direction of Dr. Anne Zink, Alaska's Chief Medical Officer, and the Alaska's Public Health leadership team, the UAA Center for Human Development Project ECHO is developing multiple district ECHOs in response to the current health crisis. 

ECHO is a collaborative model of education that makes specialty knowledge accessible wherever it is needed to save and improve people's lives. Through the use of videoconferencing, participants teach and learn from each other through brief lectures, case presentations, and rich dialogue. 

EMS and other first responders are facing new and evolving challenges during the pandemic. EMS providers are coming up with innovative ways to continue to deliver high quality care in this new rapidly shifting landscape.
All Alaskan first responders are invited and encouraged to participate in the Alaska EMS ECHO. 


For more information, please contact us.
 

Manage your Alaska EMT certification online with the Alaska EMS Certification Management System.

Patient Reporting

Aurora 2.0 users are currently transitioning to the AURORA Elite platform which yields NEMSIS 3.0 compliant data. If your agency is still using 2.0 contact your regional data manager for information. AURORA Elite Login

Investigations & Compliance

The Alaska State Office of EMS is responsible for investigations to ensure EMS providers and medical transportation organizations comply with Certification, Licensure, and Administrative Codes and requirements. 

To request an investigation, please fill out the Alaska EMS Investigation Request Form completely and email form to EMS Investigations

EMS Regulation Notices

Administrative Code - Title 7 - Department of Health and Social Services regulations re:  emergency medical services7 AAC 26, Published in Register: 231, October 2019 http://notice.alaska.gov/194931