EMS in Texas

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EMS in Texas

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agencies are a vital part of every community and serve a unique role in the state’s health care delivery system. EMS providers are the only segment of the health care delivery system designed to respond to the location of a patient suffering from an acute onset of illness or a traumatic injury, provide patients with initial care on scene, and provide timely access to a specialized segment of the health care system, such as a trauma hospital or stroke center.

Recent EMS advances in the fields of trauma, sepsis and cardiac/stroke events have resulted in countless saved lives. For many of these issues, every minute matters, and paramedics are prepared to provide valuable responses during initial contact and transfer to a hospital.

When symptoms of a heart attack begin to present, cardiologists recommend that a patient call 9-1-1 instead of driving to a hospital. Within many EMS agencies, paramedics have the ability to begin treatment within the field. Paramedics can assess the patient’s vital signs and heart activity and trigger the cardiac catheterization lab at the hospital. Research finds that patients who have access to an angioplasty within 90 minutes of first medical contact typically have the best outcomes.

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The Cost of Readiness

EMS agencies are expected to be prepared to meet an emergency at every minute of the day. Yet there is a cost associated with the “cost of readiness.” Click here to learn more: TEMSA COST OF READINESS 2016

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Rural EMS

Texas is a diverse state that features numerous EMS agencies in the rural setting. The 2017 Texas Legislature responded to TEMSA’s request to train more paramedics in the rural setting by passing HB 1407.

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EMS Professionals

Texas EMS agencies employ a variety of personnel to provide life-saving services to Texans.

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Preparing for the Worst

EMS agencies constantly prepare for the worst-case scenarios that any community can face. On June 26, 2018, Coryell Memorial EMS faced a unique situation: its own hospital experienced an explosion. Click here to learn how the EMS agency responded.

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Meet Texas’ EMS Leaders

Click here to get to know EMS leaders around the state.

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