EMS Base Stations

Maryland's designated EMS Base Stations provide quality on-line medical direction to the State’s EMS clinicians. The following information comprises a toolbox for EMS Base Station staff to sustain and improve the quality of their programs.

Upcoming Base Station Courses

Location: Medstar Good Samaritan Hospital
Room: Virtual
Date: May 29, 2024
Time: 8-10:30
POC: Shawna Keiser Shawna.l.keiser@medstar.net

Location: UMMS Upper Chesapeake Health Aberdeen
Room: Aberdeen Conference Room 2
Date: September 12, 2024
Time: 10 AM to 1 PM
POC: *Please register by emailing Kat Woodford, Education Specialist at (kwoodford1@umm.edu).

Location: UMMS Upper Chesapeake Medical Center
Room: Upper Chesapeake Medical Center Computer Lab
Date: December 12, 2024
Time: 10 AM to 1 PM
POC: *Please register by emailing Kat Woodford, Education Specialist at (kwoodford1@umm.edu).

Watch the "2023 Maryland Medical Protocols for EMS Update for Base Stations" video for the latest updates to Maryland medical protocols.

Contacts

The EMS Base Station Program is administered by the EMS Preparedness and Operations Division.  For questions please reach out to your Regional Coordinator or to Jeffrey Huggins, EMS base station program manager.

Jeffrey Huggins, BS, NRP, CEM
Chief, Strategic Innovation and EMS Field Operations
410-706-8544
jhuggins@miemss.org

Regional Coordinator Contacts

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