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By supporting programs such as nursing education, research, emergency medical services for children and poison control centers, this bill will help us to provide the quality care our patients need and deserve.
Contract award: providing emergency medical services for children and youth for the city plan and its catchment area in 2014.
Vincent Hospital, Waukesha Fire Department, West Allis Fire Department, and Wisconsin Emergency Medical Services for Children.
As principal investigator/project director, she has received grants to study emergency medical services for children with special needs (Health Resources and Services Administration) and the neuropsychological impact of heading in soccer (Centers for Disease Control).
The need for more effective emergency medical services for children has led to legislation in some states that calls attention to deficient systems.
The ED serves nearly 19,800 patients a year and is recognized as an Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics (EDAP) by the Federal Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Program.
The Minnesota Childhood Injury Summit is presented by Safe Kids Minnesota, the Minnesota Safety Council and the Minnesota Department of Health with additional sponsorship from Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, Emergency Medical Services for Children, Hennepin County Medical Center, Mayo Clinic, Johnson & Johnson, North Memorial Medical Center, Regions Hospital/Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, and the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital.
To ensure continued success, federal policymakers must support reauthorization of the federal Emergency Medical Services for Children program, according to APHA.