The Award Selection Committee Meets during the month prior to the Annual Arrowhead EMS Conference to select the individual award recipients for the Arrowhead Regional EMS Systems Recognition Award presentation. New Text added.
The Building Committee on an as needed basis to review building rental contracts and other building needs.
The Conference Committee reviews and recommends activities, speakers and other projects that pertain to the annual conference.
The Finance Committee reviews finances and prepares budget and policy recommendations for the Board. Committee annually reviews staffing policies and salaries. Meets four to six times per year upon need, with possible additional meetings during the months of April and May.
The Executive Committee meets, as needed, prior to quarterly Board meetings and reviews Board agendas as well as any upcoming necessary Board actions. This committee is comprised of elected Board officials to include: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.
The Legislative Committee reviews and recommends legislative issues and determines necessary action for the best interest for EMS providers for our region. This group usually meets two to three times per year in conjunction with the legislative session.
The Project and Review Committee reviews and recommends projects and programs for the Association and assists in developing the guidelines for grants. This group meets approximately four times per year to review program progress.
The Tower Committee meets to maintain and monitor all AEMSA tower sites, as well as, look for possible tower site investment/rental opportunities.
Conference/Award Selection Committee
This committee meets, as needed, to review, plan and recommend conference activities and projects that pertain to the annual conference and select award recipients for the Arrowhead Regional EMS Systems Recognition Award presentation.
This committee meets prior to quarterly Board meetings and reviews Board agendas as well as any upcoming necessary Board actions and is comprised of elected Board officials to include: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.
This committee meets prior to quarterly Board meetings and reviews finances, prepare budgets and policy recommendations for the Board.
This committee meets via phone conference during the legislative session to review, recommend and determine necessary actions for EMS providers for our region.
Project and Review Committee
This committee meets, as needed, to review and assist in developing the guidelines for grants and recommend projects and programs for the Association
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Regional EMS funds are available for Pre-Hospital Provider Agencies in the Arrowhead region (Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake and St. Louis Counties).
Reimbursements are available for pre-hospital provider communications purchased and paid for within the timeframe of July 1, 2013 and May 31, 2015.
Reimbursements are available for nurses for TNCC, ENPC, CALS, PALS, ACLS, ATLS, ITLS or PHTLS courses and/or for regional, state and national conventions. Education/training must have been completed and paid for within the timeframe of July 1, 2013 and May 31, 2015.
Reimbursements are available for dispatcher education/training completed and paid for within the timeframe of July 1, 2013 and May 31, 2015.
Available funds will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis.
Pre-Hospital Education /Training Reimbursement form
Communications Equipment Reimbursement Form
Nursing Education Reimbursement Form
Dispatcher Education/Training Reimbursement Form
Any questions?Contact: Pat LeeArrowhead EMS Association4219 Enterprise CircleDuluth, MN 55811218-726-0070
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The Northeast Regional Trauma Advisory Committee (NERTAC) includes Koochiching, Itasca, Aitkin, Carlton, St. Louis, Lake and Cook counties in Minnesota. Arrowhead EMS Association (AEMSA) serves as the administrative and fiscal agent for the RTAC.
The Commissioner of Health of the State of Minnesota is charged to both seek the advice of the State Trauma Advisory Council (STAC) in implementing and updating the criteria and to adapt and modify the criteria as appropriate to accommodate Minnesota’s unique geography and the state’s hospital and health professional distribution. The latter requirement is aided by the contributions of Regional Trauma Advisory Committees (RTACs). The statutory functions of the RTACs are to advise, consult with, and make recommendations to the STAC for regional modifications to the statewide trauma criteria that will improve patient care and accommodate specific regional needs. To date, five trauma regions have formed across Minnesota.
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July 31, 2014
(complete one per presenter per year)
Presentation Information Form
(complete one per topic)
DOT EMS Instructor - Hybrid
When: October 9 & 10, 2014
Location: Metro Region - St Paul
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