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.
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