SCEMSA Publishes Report:
One Amazing Story to tell.
The SC EMS Association (SCEMSA) is proud to announce that we have published a new report about the South Carolina EMS Association.
If you loved the magazine, you'll love this report too. Make sure to read both as they have different stories to tell!
So much has been accomplished in the last few years that will help improve emergency medical services in South Carolina: improved state funding and status, new educational programs, the launch of a major workforce recruitment campaign, and a growing list of strategic partnerships.
It’s hard to believe that just a few short years ago, we were an all-volunteer organization with a limited budget. The state was fractured with several EMS specific associations acting independently of one another. Today, we stand as the singular voice for all aspects of EMS across our state from education to operations, and that voice is stronger than ever.
The purpose of this report is twofold. First, we want to be transparent with our members and supporters about the association’s activities. Second, we want to say thank you. These achievements would not have been possible without the dedication of our volunteer leaders, the support of our state and federal policymakers, and collaborations with many like-minded partners – all working together to improve access to medical care for all the people of South Carolina.
- SCEMSA Snapshot
- Educational Opportunities in 2022
- A Unified Voice
- Building the Workforce Pipeline
- Strategic Partnerships
- Volunteer Leadership
- A Statewide Resource and Network
- Looking ahead, planning for 2023
- and much more!
Feel free to share this report with others who would benefit from learning more about SCEMSA.
If you have any questions, reach out to SCEMSA Executive Director Henry Lewis.