Emergency Medical Services for Children Protocols
The goal of the Utah Emergency Medical Services for Children's (EMSC) program is to promote an integrated EMS and Trauma Response system in order to reduce the morbidity and mortality of Utah's and the Intermountain region's pediatric population.
The Utah EMS for Children Protocols are available for your review. For additional information, please contact Jolene R. Whitney, MPA, Specialty Care Systems Program Director, or Tia Dalrymple, RN, BSN, EMSC Pediatric Clinical Consultant at Utah Emergency Medical Services for Children's (EMSC) program, State of Utah Department of Health.
Utah Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Protocols
Last reviewed January, 2015 by Tia Dalrymple, RN, BSN
EMSC Pediatric Clinical Consultant RN
State of Utah Department of Health
Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness
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