Emergency Medical Services Regional Plans

 

  • The Multi-Casualty Incident Plan (MCIP) is an operational response plan for MCIs that occur in Washoe County. Plan revisions were approved by the District Board of Health on April 28, 2016 with an effective date of July 1, 2016.

  • The Mutual Aid Evacuation Annex (MAEA) is a plan specifically for healthcare facility evacuations due to a natural or technological disaster. Plan revisions were approved by the District Board of Health on May 25, 2017.

  • The Family Service Center Annex (FSC) is a plan that establishes a secure location to provide information and assistance to family members about unaccounted persons during a disaster. The plan was approved by the District Board of Health on April 28, 2016 with an effective date of July 1, 2016.

  • The Washoe County EMS Five-Year Strategic Plan is a requirement of the Interlocal Agreement for Emergency Medical Services Oversight and was approved in October 2016 by both the EMS Advisory Board and the District Board of Health. The purpose is to ensure continuous improvement of Emergency Medical Services in the area of standardized equipment, procedures, technology, training and capital investments to ensure that future operations continue to perform.

  • The Washoe County Regional EMS Protocols is a regional patient care document for EMS providers that operate within Washoe County. This project was objective 5.1 of the Washoe County Five-Year EMS Strategic Plan. For nearly a year a task force met to write and develop protocols with the intent to provide the same EMS care throughout the County. The Washoe County Regional EMS Protocols are effective by April 1, 2018 and utilized  by eight EMS agencies.

Last modified on 04/06/2018