Snohomish County EMS/TC Council
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    EMS Guidance, Training, Quality Assurance, and Personnel Certification
     
    Who We Are
    Snohomish County EMS has provided guidance, training, quality assurance, and certification support since 1977.
     
    What We Do
    A small non-profit organization led by the EMS & Trauma Care Council of Snohomish County, and the Executive Board of the Council.
     
    Who We Represent

    All stakeholders involved in Emergency Medical Service provision from EMS Providers, to EMS Agencies, Hospitals, Community Groups and the general public.


    April 10, 2019 from 8:30am-12:30pm at 720 80th St SW in Everett Hosts: Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office, Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC) Group Invitees: Coroners, medical examiners, medicolegal death investigators, first responders, public health officials, hospital staff  This conference has been designed to create a statewide network of partner agencies for collecting and sharing information from deaths due to suspected drug overdose.

    Download: CORRECTIONDrugSurveillanceConference_Snohomish (2).pdf

    Click here to Report Abuse and Neglect EMS Providers ARE Mandatory Reporters: The historical practice of reporting  child and vulnerable adult abuse by EMS Providers has been to pass the information on (i.e. report) to the ED Staff. Nurses and other practitioners are also required to report suspected abuse to DSHS or law enforcement.

    Download: Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect.pdf
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