Emory Emergency Medical Service (EEMS) is a volunteer EMS organization that responds to emergency and 911-based calls in the Emory community during the academic year. In addition, we provide medical standby services for special university events. We are dedicated to providing high quality patient care with the highest level of professionalism and compassion.
EEMS has a strong commitment to community outreach and education. Ask us about CPR and First Aid courses available to the Emory community!
We hold an annual, in-house EMT Course so that we can continually staff EEMS with volunteers. In addition, we are now offering an EMR Course to University faculty and staff. The application for the 2018-2019 EMR Course is due October 8, 2018. The next EMT Course Application will be available in May 2019.
The course begins in August and is approximately one year in length.
"Emory Emergency Medical Services wins top regional honors"
We are proud to announce that Emory EMS is the recipient of 2 awards in Georgia EMS Region III, which includes 8 metropolitan Atlanta counties. Emory EMS is the Region III Emergency Medical Service of the Year, and Morgan Taylor is the Region III EMT of the Year. Click here to read the Emory Report article. (Jun 2015)
"Emory's EMTs combine learning, lifesaving, and community outreach"
Emory EMS featured on Georgia Health News website. Click here to read the full article. (Jun 2014)
Emory EMS Wins NCEMSF Video of the Year