Vincent Hospital, Waukesha Fire Department, West Allis Fire Department, and Wisconsin Emergency Medical Services for Children.
What does EMSC stand for?
EMSC stands for Emergency Medical Services for Children
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We have 27 other meanings of EMSC in our Acronym Attic
- Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Technology
- Environmental Management Self-Assessment Tool (US Air Force)
- En-Route Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (also abbreviated E-MSAW)
- Embedded Managed Switch Board
- Emergency Management of Severe Burn (emergency care)
- English Montreal School Board (Montreal, Canada)
- Ethylene Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
- Electronic Mail Standards Committee
- Emergency Medical Services Committee (various locations)
- Emergency Medical Services Corporation (Greenwood Village, CO)
- Engine Monitoring System Computer (aviation)
- Enhanced Multicast for Small Conferences
- Environmental Measures and Subsidence Control (India)
- Environmental Monitoring and Services Center
- Equivalent Magnetic Surface Current
- European Medical Students' Choir
- European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (France)
- Office of Elementary, Middle, Secondary and Continuing Education (New York)
- Wisconsin Emergency Medical Service for Children (Wisconsin Department of Health Services)
- European Multilaterally Secure Computing Base
Samples in periodicals archive:
Drema Mace, PhD Director, State Trauma and Emergency Medical System (STEMS) Vicki Hildreth, BA Program Manager, Emergency Medical Services for Children Program (EMS-C)
This second edition features new chapters on the technology-assisted child in the emergency department, sports-related injuries, emergency medical services for children, and patient safety in the emergency department.
3) The need for more effective emergency medical services for children has led to legislation in some states that calls attention to deficient systems.
To ensure continued success, federal policymakers must support reauthorization of the federal Emergency Medical Services for Children program, according to APHA.