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Welcome to Indiana Emergency
Medical Services for Children

iEMSC focuses on improving the quality of emergency care for children and seeks to integrate children’s interests into the existing EMS system. We represent the unique needs of children within the EMS community throughout the state and work to ensure that all children everywhere in the state have timely access to appropriate emergency medical care.


Firework Injuries-Required Reporting

All hospitals, medical facilities, and private medical practices are mandated to report all fireworks injuries and deaths to ISDH to be published in the annual report.


Firework Injury Reporting Form can be found at:



Forms can be submitted to:


Fax: 317-223-8199 Attn: Injury Prevention Epidemiologist

Mail: Indiana State Department of Health

Attn:  Injury Prevention Epidemiologist

2 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN. 46204


Did you know:

That there are 218,851 playground related injuries that are treated in the ED each year and 15 of these children die.  To learn more about the types of injuries and how to prevent them go to Click here


Check this out:

American Trauma Society has several resources regarding sports injuries, injury patterns, and ways to promote trauma awareness.

Click here for these great resources


Motor Vehicle Accidents are one of the leadinging casuses of death in children.  Is your child in the right size car seat?  Is the care seat placed in there



May 2014

National Trauma Awareness Month

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National Youth Traffic Safety Month

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National Bicycle Safety Month

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The Pediatric Readiness Toolkit

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ISDH EMS Registry Educational Opportunities:

EMT-B, EMR, All Hazards Public Information Officer, D/O Pumper, Team Approach to Food borne Outbreak Response, Advanced EMT,Heartsave/AED CPR, EVOC, Rope Rescue Ops and Tech, ACLS,PHTLS, Hazardous Awareness/Ops, Firefighter I, Full ICS 400, Advanced
Concepts of 12-Lead EKGs, Homeland Security Exercise, & PALS.


MESH Grand Rounds-"When Bad Things Happen: Building Resilience in Healthcare Organizations"

Ali Gheith,MS,CEM, MEP, Coordinator of Population Based Resilience, Office of Mental Health Disaster Preparedness and Response

5/30 at 07:30 am

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Haz Mat Training


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