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Emergency Systems

Emergency Systems of the Oklahoma State Department of Health consists of two major program areas:


Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
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        EMS provides the oversight that ensures regulatory compliance of the agencies and personnel providing pre-hospital care to the citizens of Oklahoma. EMS program areas are as follows:

  •  Licensure of EMS agencies/Emergency Medical Response Agencies (EMRAs)
  •  Licensure of EMS professionals
  •  Complaint Investigations
  •  Regulatory Compliance Inspections of EMS agencies and vehicles
  •  Evaluation of EMS instructional programs
  •  OKEMSIS Database

Trauma and Systems Development:


    Trauma and systems development encompasses several, interdependent program areas with the over-arching goal of creating a system of trauma care for the citizens of Oklahoma that ensures our trauma patients are properly prioritized and transported to the appropriate facilities that can provide definitive care in a timely manner. These programs are as follows:

  • Regional Trauma Advisory Board (RTAB) Coordination
  •  Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
  •  Systems Development for EMS and Trauma
  •  Trauma Fund
  •  Trauma Registry
  •  EMResource™
  •  Trauma Referral Center (TReC)

    Each program area is described in more detail in the linked pages. 

 

OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
Emergency Systems, Protective Health Services
1000 NE 10th, Room 1104
Oklahoma City, OK 73117-1299
Phone: 405-271-4027     FAX  405-271-4240
E-Mail: Esystems@health.ok.gov

 

 

 

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