Emergency Medical Services
Alameda County Emergency Medical Services (ALCO EMS) is a division of Healthcare Services Agency. The primary purpose of Alameda County EMS is to provide oversight and administration of medical 911 responses throughout the county. We ensure the quality of the 911 response through policy development, contract monitoring, research, education and community programs.
For the lateset Health Advisory from Alameda County Public Health Department regarding measles and ebola updates, please click the link below: Public Health Department - Health Alerts
Federal - State - County Ebola Updates: Public Health Department - DCDCP
Center for Disease Control and Prevention | CDPH Information | CDPH State Health Officer Risk-Based Quarantine Order | EMS Medical Director Memo: 10/24/14 | 11/10/14
2015 Annual California Senior Injury Prevention Educational Forum on May 28th at the Hilton Garden Inn in Emeryville. Come to learn about how falls and other senior injuries can be prevented through innovative home safety, medication management, nutrition and healthy movement practices.
The EMS Corps is currently accepting applications for our July 2015 class. The deadline for the application has been extended to June 12, 2015.
Lifesaving training, changes outlook for young men in Oakland featured on PBS Newshours.
Paramedic training, poetry changes lives for California youth with few options.
Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership’s (ACHPP) launches a virtual mentorship compaign encouraging Young Men Of Color to pursue jobs and careers in the Health Workforce.
Check out the article on the great work being done by the Alameda County Health Coaches program.
Board of Supervisors Health Committee Presentation January 2013.
The Alameda County EMS Agency is a patient centered Local Emergency Medical Services Agency. With this patient centered perspective, Alameda County EMS understands that the practice of medicine is dynamic. Input from field providers and the public we serve is essential in developing and improving the 2015 Quality Improvement Program Plan.
We welcome your thoughts on the Proposed 2016 EMS Field Policy Updates. These 2016 field policy update drafts are for REVIEW ONLY and are NOT to be used by field providers. Please submit your written comments to Alameda County EMS no later than 1600 on June 19. On July 27 at 1000 at Alameda County EMS, the Emergency Medical Oversight Committee will meet to hear public comment on these proposals.
Click here to the link to the applicable evidence references that support the proposed 2016 policy updates. Thank you.