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Please locate the appropriate region that your site should be listed in and submit to that category.

If your company is not located in Asia, Europe, North America or Oceania, please locate the appropriate region and submit there.

This category should include a listing of official EMS Ambulance Company homepages.
Online communities for EMS personnel. Sites are centered around a discussion group, but may include other services.

If your site is not specifically geared towards this category, please submit to the proper category.

Submitting to the wrong category may significantly delay your site from being listed in the directory.

Submission Tips:

  1. When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
  2. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.

Thank-you for your cooperation.

This category is for Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) sites.
Sites listed here will focus on education for emergency medical service personnel.

Please note:

    Sites about emergency medical training for doctors belong in Health/Medicine/Education/Residency/Emergency_Medicine or one of the other specialties (eg Pediatrics).
    Sites specifically about CPR training or first aid belong in Business/Education_and_Training/Health_and_Safety/CPR_and_First_Aid/.
    Sites about education for non-medical emergency service personnel (such as firemen) belong in Public_Health_and_Safety/Emergency_Services/Education.
In this category, you should find listings of EMS educational institutions, colleges, and organizations offering initial and continuing education.
Please submit only sites for organizations that provide emergency care, but which do not provide ambulance transport.

Organizations that provide ambulance transport should be submitted to the appropriate sub-category in Ambulance Companies.

First responders affiliated with fire departments should be submitted to the appropriate sub-category in Fire Fighting.

This category is for organizations that provide emergency medical care, but do not provide ambulance transport.
This category is for news and media sites with a focus on medical related material.

Media sources which focus on emergency services, including EMS, firefighting and search and rescue should be submitted to Emergency_Services/News_and_Media.

Media sources which focus on Fire Fighting should be submitted to Fire_Fighting/News_and_Media.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Make sure your site title matches the name of your organization or entity.
  2. In your site description, stick to the facts and avoid hype or promotional language.
  3. Avoid Excessive Capitalization.
  4. Describe site features as well as the subject of your site.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Lists a variety of medical related media sources. This includes magazines, e-zines, television or radio programs, online books, and journals.

Sites with specific information such as Air Ambulance, Ambulance Companies, DMAT, Education, Hospital Emergency Departments or Personal Pages pertaining to EMS should be submitted to that category.

Submission Tips:

  1. When writing your site''s title please ensure it is the same as your organization.
  2. When writing your site''s description, please tell what your site offers in a clear and concise statement without hype or promotional language.
This category is not for individuals, or their individual organizations. This category is for local, state, and national Emergency Medical Services organizations and associations.
Sites listed here will be personal pages by EMS personnel.
In this category, you will find the personal homepages of EMT's, Basic, Intermediate, and Paramedic, with varying degrees of EMS content.
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