North Dakota EMS Association 

EMS Sustainability Project 

The EMS Sustainability Project for North Dakota is a collaborative effort between the ND EMS Association, ND Department of Health, and the UND Center for Rural Health.  The overall project goal is to build a stronger and more efficient EMS system across our state through system planning and coordination.  The activities over the next several months include;

  • A survey link distributed to each ambulance service to assess the current status of EMS,
  • Interviews with EMS stakeholders, community leaders, and others from across the state,
  • Listening summits to present the survey tool information and gather additional feedback,
  • Development of an EMS Vision 2025 using the data and information compiled

The survey tool is the first element of the sustainability project and we strongly encourage you and your service to participate in this survey.  The surveys will be tabulated by the Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Your responses are anonymous, and you may skip any question you do not want to answer.  Your answers will be combined with other responses and reported only in total. 

Once you begin the survey you can save and return, but you must use the same computer.  You have 72 hours to complete your saved responses.  Please read all other directions found in the survey.  If you have questions about the survey or this project, you may contact Corrie Geurts at 701-221-0567 or ndemsa.office@ndemsa.org 

Survey responses has been extended through March 15, 2019 at 11:59pm.

You may click here https://und.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_06VbcoDq9DkVbrT to begin the EMS Sustainability Project survey.



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