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Principles Of Ems Systems

by John A. Brennan

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The third edition of ACEP’s Principles of EMS Systems provides EMS personnel, from new recruits to EMS medical directors, with an overview of the organization and operations of an EMS system. It explores the role of the EMS medical director in all facets of an EMS system, with a special focus on medical oversight and accountability. This new resource provides a framework for EMS, police, and fire professionals, emergency physicians, emergency departments, and hospitals to work together to ensure that our country’s health care safety net does not fail when we need it the most.

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