Division of Emergency Medical Systems
The Division of Emergency Medical Systems (DEMS) serves as North Dakota's lead emergency medical services (EMS) agency.
DEMS is responsible for:
- Licensing ambulance services and quick response units.
- Training, testing, certification and licensure of EMS personnel.
- Coordinating the State Trauma System.
- Administering the EMS for Children Program.
- Coordinating the State CISM Team.
- Coordinating the State Stroke System of Care.
- Coordinating the State Cardiac System of Care.
UPDATE: The North Dakota Department of Health, Division of Emergency Medical Systems is pleased to share with you a new transition that will be implemented over the next several months.
This new transition is regarding the implementation of a new data system for utilization by ambulance services across the state. The division published a Request for Proposal (RFP), reviewed vendor proposals and has selected ESO Solutions as our ePCR software vendor. Our office is excited with this new partnership and is actively engaged in signing the contract and implementation efforts.
Our office will be in contact with the ambulance services regarding this transition as the details arise.
Information regarding Rural EMS Assistance Grant Part II Funding.
Click HERE for important information from Sanford Health - Fargo to all regional ambulance service partners and EMS organizations.
Our website is continuously under construction. If you are looking for something that is not available on the website at this time, please contact us.
Are you interested in joining the North Dakota Public Health Emergency Volunteer Reserve (PHEVR)/ Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)? Our mission is to improve the health and safety of communities across North Dakota through the organization of volunteers sharing the common goals to serve their communities in times of need, prevention, and proactive planning. Click the link below for further information and online registration.