EMS-PSO: More Information




The Pilot – Thanks to the following EMS Agencies:

The following 16 services are the initial pilot sites who are committed to moving this project forward:

  • Adair County Ambulance District
  • Andrew County Ambulance District
  • Boone Hospital Center Ambulance
  • Cape County Private Ambulance
  • Central Jackson County Fire Protection District
  • Chariton County Ambulance District
  • Christian Hospital EMS
  • CoxHealth EMS
  • Excelsior Springs Fire Protection District
  • Hermann Area EMS
  • Kansas City EMS/KCFD
  • Missouri Baptist Sullivan Ambulance
  • St. Charles County Ambulance District
  • St. John’s EMS Springfield
  • Taney County Ambulance District
  • Warsaw/Lincoln Ambulance District

NATIONAL ATTENTION! This project was featured on the cover of the November/December 2010 issue of Patient Safety and Quality Healthcare! Click here to read more!

EMS PSO Advisory Committee – The EMS PSO Advisory Committee is a dedicated group of EMS providers who have been devoting their time, knowledge, and expertise to this project. Click here to see who is involved.

EMS PSO Project Newsletter – To view the latest edition of our newsletter, click here.

Contact us TODAY to find out more!
Jason White: jason.white3254@gmail.com or Lee Varner: lvarner@mocps.org

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