NAEMSE Level I EMS Instructor Course


NAEMSE is proud to present the EMS Educator Course, which has been designed and developed by the same individuals who produced the DOT/NHTSA 2002 National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors. The NAEMSE Educator Course represents the didactic component and practical application of the beginning education process to become an EMS instructor.

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Paramedic Course (Flip-flop schedule)


Nash Community College will host a daytime  Paramedic Course on a flip flop schedule beginning January 13 or 14th, 2016 (start date is dependend on which day of class the student first attends). Class is offered on Wednesday or Thursday each week with mirror content delivered each day so students need only attend one session.

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'Intensive' EMT-Basic Training


Obtain your North Carolina EMT-Basic training in 19-Days. 

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Guidance for Pre-hospital Providers regarding Patients with Possible Ebola


JE "Tripp" Winslow, MD MPH
Medical Director NC Office of EMS

Julie Casani, MD, MPH
PH Preparedness Director
NC Division of Public Health

Brent Myers, MD MPH
Medical Director Wake County EMS

Roy Alson, PhD MD
Medical Director Forsyth County EMS

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NCOEMS State Medical Director Minute: Ebola


Special newsletter from the NCOEMS State Medical Director covering Ebola.

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July 2014 Newsletter


Updated to v2 7/22/2014

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Congratulations to Cabarrus County EMS on their Mission: Lifeline EMS Recognition Award


Congratulations to Cabarrus County EMS for achieving a new Mission: Lifeline EMS Recognition Award from the American Heart Association. This shows their team has met vital measures of treatment and care for STEMI patients. Their team is helping drive improvements in the care and outcome of STEMI patients. Learn more about the new recognition program at

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FirstNet Workshops Available sponsored by the NC Department of Public Safety and the Office of the State CIO


In February 2012, Congress enacted The Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, containing landmark provisions to create a much-needed nationwide interoperable broadband network that will help police, firefighters, emergency medical service professionals and other public safety officials stay safe and do their jobs. The law’s governing framework for the deployment and operation of this network, which is to be based on single national network architecture, is the new "First Responder Network Authority" (FirstNet), an independent authority within NTIA. FirstNet will hold the spectrum license for the network, and is charged with taking “all actions necessary” to build, deploy, and operate the network, in consultation with Federal, State, tribal and local public safety entities, and other key stakeholders.

For information on workshops in your area, follow the link to the flyer below.

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