Welcome to Texas EMS Alliance

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The Texas EMS Alliance was founded to provide an informed and collaborative voice for the future of Emergency Medical Services in the state of Texas.  We accomplish this mission through a diverse organizational structure that calls for direct representation from the many agency types that comprise the Texas EMS system.  The Texas EMS Alliance believes that our credibility starts with a strong group of EMS Providers from across the state who have demonstrated their individual commitment to the communities they serve through strong ethical practices and a desire to provide the best patient care possible.  Some of our noteworthy attributes include:

  • A Representative Board of Directors
  • Consistency and dedication to transparency
  • A new member vetting process
  • Collaborative efforts to positively effect the industry as a whole
  • Member’s daily commitment to excellence

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Recent News

Texas EMS Alliance Welcomes New Board Members

18th, October, 2020

Three individuals were elected to TEMSA's Board of Directors for a three-year term: Michael Furrh (Lavaca County EMS) James Campbell (Montgomery County Hospital District) Bryan… Read More →


HHS’s Third Round of Covid-19 Funding

a The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released the third part of its Covid-19 funding earlier this week. Click here to learn… Read More →


Adult Influenza Vaccine Initiative

a To access the electronic Adult Influenza Vaccine Initiative site recruitment packet, please use the following link: https://www.dshs.texas.gov/immunize/adult/adultflutool.pdf For additional information and questions by interested facilities,… Read More →


Recent Legislative News

TEMSA’s Cost Containment Recommendations

The Texas EMS Alliance submitted recommendations related to EMS costs for the Texas House Select Committee on Health Costs' request for ideas. Click here to… Read More →


‘‘Protecting Patient Access to Emergency Medications Act of 2017’’ – Proposed Rule

a With the passing of the "Protecting Patient Access to Emergency Medications Act of 2017," the DEA has published proposed rules to implement the law.… Read More →


A Look at SB 2551 and Cancer Presumption for First Responders

By the Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC) One of the most significant bills passed in the 86th Legislature affecting first responders was SB 2551.… Read More →