We Work Together to Save Children's Lives

Emergency Medical Services for Children is the only program in the United States that is focused on pediatric emergency care.

We Want YOU!

EMSC MN is on YouTube! We now have our own channel. Check out the first video below.

We Want You to Become a Pediatric Champion!

 

 

Upcoming Free Pediatric Online Training

Heartland EMS for Children Coalition (HECC) is hosting another FREE virtual symposium on Sept. 29th, from 6:30-9pm, focusing on Adolescent Suicide: Emergency Care for the Silent Epidemic. It is geared for all EMS providers, nurses, physicians, social workers and community health advocates. Please reach out with any questions.

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Resources for Healthcare Personnel on Mass Violence Events

Our hearts go out to all the families affected by gun violence. One child is too many. The EMSC Innovation and Improvement Center (EIIC) has developed lots of resources for healthcare professionals.

Mass Violence Events: Resources for Healthcare Personnel • EIIC (emscimprovement.center)

Recent Articles

Midwest EMSC Pediatric Champion/PECC Virtual Symposium – EMS and ED

Midwest EMSC (EMS for Children programs in IL, IN, MI, MN and WI) will be hosting the second annual Pediatric Champion/PECC Virtual Symposium on Nov. 2 for EMS and Nov. 3 for ED. This FREE virtual event takes place over...
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World Suicide Prevention Day 2022

We observe World Suicide Prevention Day each year on September 10. It’s a growing problem and the numbers tell a shocking story. Every 40 seconds someone takes their own life according to the World Health Organization (WHO). That’s about 800,000...
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Back to School Blog for Providers

This blog post addresses the complexities of ADHD. ADHD_Blog-Post_Sept2022_finalDownload
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Connecting You With Pediatric Emergency Resources

Visit our resources section to learn more about the tools we provide to EMS Providers, Hospitals and community members to ensure children have the best chance of surviving a medical emergency.