EMS

EMS Fund Act Special Projects FY 2022

 

The Emergency Medical Systems Bureau applications are NEWLY revised for Fiscal Year 2022 EMS Fund Act which include:

Local EMS System Improvement Projects: These are projects that will contribute to the enhancement and/or integration of the local EMS System (For the purposes of funding, a local recipient means one or more services within a single EMS System).

 CLICK HERE FOR THE LOCAL EMS SYSTEM APPLICATION FY22 Local System Application

 CLICK HERE FOR THE LOCAL EMS SYSTEM APPLICATION GUIDE  Local System Improvement Project Guide  

 

EMS Vehicle Purchase Project: Under this program, municipalities and counties may apply for financial support to obtain an EMS Vehicle. In order to receive financial support, the applicant (County or Municipality) must commit to providing a cash match of at least twenty-five percent (25%) of the base price of the vehicle.

 CLICK HERE FOR THE EMS VEHICLE PURCHASE APPLICAION FY22 Vehicle Purchase Application

 CLICK HERE FOR THE EMS VEHICLE PURCHASE APPLICATION GUIDE Vehicle Purchase Application Guide

CLICK HERE FOR THE EMS ADDITIONAL VEHICLES LIST FORM

 

Statewide EMS System Improvement Project: This category shall include projects which improve the health and safety of residents of the entire state, provide training opportunities for EMS personnel all over New Mexico, or other similar projects. (For the purposes of funding, “statewide” means involvement and collaboration of a minimum of two (2) or more of the following: EMS local systems, counties, training institutions, an EMS Regional office or the Bureau).

 CLICK HERE FOR THE STATEWIDE EMS SYSTEM APPLICATION FY22 Statewide System Application  

 CLICK HERE FOR THE STATEWIDE EMS SYSTEM APPLICATION GUIDE Statwide Improvement Project Guide 

 

EMD Agency Support Program: Certified EMD Agencies may apply for funding to assist with allowable operational costs under an EMS Local/State System Improvement Projects, when funds are available.

 

Applications must be post-marked by or hand-delivered to the EMS Bureau by close of business Friday, November 20, 2020. Your regional offices are available to assist you in completing a quality, competitive application.  Prior to submission, all applications must be reviewed by your Regional Office. Any applications (no exceptions) without Regional Office Review and signature, will be considered incomplete, and will not be accepted, this includes Training Institutions, etc. It is not the Regional office responsibility to mail these to the Bureau unless discussed prior if all is complete. Must send original and 2 copies, NO SPECIAL BINDING- SINGLE STAPLE IN LEFT CORNER ONLY!!

Please note that if you need an extension you must request an extension prior to the due date “NOT” the day it is due. No exceptions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medical Rescue Certification

 

More Information Coming Soon. 

 

 

 

Emergency Medical Dispatch Certification

 

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Critical Incident Hotline

 

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Hotline

505-827-9384

First responders can call this dispatch number 24/7/365 to get in touch with the emergency medical services critical stress team who can offer critical incident stress debriefing and counseling services.