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The Southeastern Arizona Emergency Medical Services Region (SAEMS) was originally established in 1973. Under new direction from the Arizona State Department of Health Services and the Bureau of Emergency Services, SAEMS focuses it's attention upon the emergency medical services of the population in southeastern Arizona. The regional council is responsible under state EMS Direction for provider grant funding, training opportunities, data collection and protocol development. It establishes quality assurance/improvement criteria and standards for monitoring and improving the performance and quality of emergency care needs.

ATTENTION -- Next Tuesday's (April 15th, 2014) Council meeting location has been changed.

It will be at the Sheriff's PECOC Building
3434 E 22nd St (between Country Club and Alvernon)
The meeting starts at 10am

****SAEMS Executive Director Job Posting****

Please click here for 6th Annual EMS Week Conference Brochure Friday May 23, 2014 at Tucson Medical Center 4/10/2014
**Southeastern Arizona Emergency Medical Services Bylaws 1/29/2014

Fourth Annual EPICC Conference
Friday and Saturday, March 21 & 22, 2014

Please click here for PDF's

2014 Master Meeting Schedule 10/20/2013
Please click here for Base Hospital Committee and Associates 12/18/12
Please click here for Infectious Disease Notification Form 11/13/12
Please click here for Presentations for the EPICC Conference 2012 2/22/12
Tucson and Surrounding Area Hospital Infection Control Contact List 1/27/10
Provider Unit Number and Base Information  


Click here to fill out form online

Click here to download form to fax

2010 SAEMS Regional Base Hospitals and Agencies List 2/16/10
**Meetings** 9/12/11
Kramer Scholarship Application 6/26/12
Job Opportunities 10/30/13
Links 4/22/14
Agendas 6/19/12

Please make sure you have an updated version of Acrobat Reader to view the PDF documents on this site.

For more information, contact Taylor Payson, Executive Director.
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