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Children's Health Information Red Pack (CHIRP)

The CHIRP program is a free service provided by your Utah Emergency Medical Services for Children program within the Department of Health. The goal is to ensure that up-to-date information is available for emergency medical services providers if you must call 911 for your child with special healthcare needs. Please use the link below to create or retrieve a CHIRP sheet for your child.

Additional information about the Children's Health Information Red Pack (CHIRP):

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EMSC Needs Assessment Results

The 2006 EMSC Needs Assessment was conducted to

  1. Assess EMS Providers' perception of the delivery of EMS to children within our state.
  2. Determine how Utah EMSC can best meet the needs of EMS providers.

The results are being used to guide the program activities of EMSC. Click on any of the links below (PDF) to learn about the results and how EMSC is addressing the identified needs.

Questions? Contact Whitney Levano, wlevano@utah.gov or 801-273-6677.

Updated April 11, 2014