If you have comments or feedback on our new web site, we want to hear from you!
Submit feedback >>
WELCOMEThe San Joaquin County EMS Agency's mission is to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of emergency medical services and disaster response for the citizens and visitors of San Joaquin County.
Click here to learn more about the San Joaquin County EMS Agency >
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DO?
August 24, 2016 - ECA Compliance Report for January and February 2016
The San Joaquin County EMS Agency has completed its evaluations of Escalon Community Ambulance for January 2016 and February 2016 performance under their exclusive emergency ambulance service agreement. The ECA agreement establishes accountability for meeting specific standards and provides the EMS Agency with complete access to data and information on ECA's operational, clinical, and administrative performance. Click here to view ECA's January and February 2016 compliance reporta. Previous Compliance Reports may be found on the Transportation Compliance Report page.
August 24, 2016 - AMR Compliance Report for March and April 2016
The San Joaquin County EMS Agency has completed its evaluations of American Medical Response for March 2016 and April 2016 performance under their five-year contract to provide exclusive emergency ambulance service. The AMR contract establishes accountability for meeting specific standards and provides the EMS Agency with complete access to data and information on AMR's operational, clinical, and administrative performance. Click here to view AMR's March and April 2016 compliance reports. Previous Compliance Reports may be found on the Transportation Compliance Report page.
August 5, 2016 - Emergency Medical Technicians Regulations open for 45-day Public Comment
The Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) is proposing to revise the California Code of Regulations, Division 9, Title 22, Chapter 2. Emergency Medical Technicians. The Notice of Proposed Regulations, Initial Statement of Reasons and the proposed regulation text are available for review on EMSA’s website at http://www.emsa.ca.gov/Public_Comment. The public is invited to submit written comments on the proposed regulations during the 45-day public comment period from August 5, 2016 through September 27, 2016. For comment submission information view the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.
EMSA will hold a public hearing on September 27, 2016 at their facility at 10901 Gold Center Drive, Suite 400, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 from 10:00 am until 12:00 pm. EMSA requests that persons making oral comments at the hearing must also submit a written copy of their testimony at the hearing.
August 4, 2016 - AMR Sepsis, Capnography, & Trauma Review Training Opportunity
American Medical Response is hosting a Sepsis, Capnography, & Trauma Review course presented by Xavier Salinas, MD. This course is open to all BLS and ALS providers within the county. The course will be held twice September 9, 2016, and September 12, 2016 from 08:00-12:00. AMR will provide 4 (four) hours of EMS CE's to participants, California EMS CE Provider #39-0102. View the flyer for additional details. Contact Matthew Scott, AMR Clinical Supervisor to register or for additional information at 209-471-9769.
July 21, 2016- Draft Policy Available for Public Review
The San Joaquin County EMS Agency is re-releasing EMS Policy No. 3202, Medical Priority Dispatch System Assignments for public comment to accommodate additional revisions addressing Protocol 33 in Sections XI and XII. The period for submitting public comments is extended to August 29, 2016. The re-released draft policy may be viewed or downloaded from the SJCEMSA website Draft Policies page. Completed comment forms should be submitted by email to Annika Navalta at email@example.com or by U.S. Mail to the San Joaquin County EMS Agency, PO Box 220, French Camp, CA 95231. Questions may be directed to Rick Jones, EMS Analyst at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 14, 2016 - San Joaquin County EMS Active Threat Plan
The San Joaquin County EMS Agency has completed the San Joaquin County EMS Active Threat Plan. The purpose of the San Joaquin County EMS Active Threat Plan is to develop common procedures for the deployment and use of a Rescue Task Force (RTF) to quickly move victims of an active shooter/hostile event (ASHE) to an area to receive medical care. The plan may be viewed or downloaded from the Policies page.