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Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness

Utah Department of Health

EMSC

Utah’s Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) program aims to promote an integrated EMS and Trauma Response system to reduce the morbidity and mortality of the pediatric population (ages 0-14, inclusive) in Utah and the surrounding intermountain region by working in partnership with Primary Children’s Hospital to:

  • Promote and support injury prevention
  • Deliver culturally competent training
  • Conduct performance improvement activities for communities and health care providers.

 

Children’s Health Information Red Pack (CHIRP)

The CHIRP program is a free service provided the Utah Emergency Medical Services for Children program within the Utah Department of Health. The goal is to ensure that up-to-date information is easily available for emergency medical services providers if you have to call 9-1-1 to assist your child with special health care needs. Please use the link below to create or retrieve a CHIRP sheet for your child.

 

EMSC Resources

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Contact Jolene Whitney (jrwhitney@utah.gov; 801-273-6665) or Tia Dickson (tdickson@utah.gov; 801-273-6674) with questions or concerns regarding the content of these pages or Utah’s EMSC program.