• boston-college
  • emory
  • richmond
  • mit
  • northeastern
  • vems-desales
  • tulane2012
  • rowan2
  • carnegie mellon
  • dartmouth
  • emerg
  • georgetown
  • rochester
  • tamu
  • umass lowell
  • virginia tech
  • oswego
  • Boston College Eagle EMS (Boston, MA)
  • Emory University EMS (Atlanta, GA)
  • University of Richmond EMS (Richmond, VA)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology EMS (Cambridge, MA)
  • Northeastern University EMS (Boston, MA)
  • DeSales University EMS (Center Valley, PA) and Villanova University EMS (Villanova, PA)
  • Drexel University EMS (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Loyola Marymount University EMS (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Tulane University EMS (New Orleans, LA)
  • Rice University EMS (Houston, TX)
  • University of Vermont Rescue (Burlington, VT)
  • Rowan University EMS (Glassboro, NJ)
  • Carnegie Mellon University EMS (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • Dartmouth College EMS (Hanover, NH)
  • George Washington University EMeRG (Washington, DC)
  • Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Service (Washington, DC)
  • Rochester Institute of Technology Ambulance (Rochester, NY)
  • Texas A&M University EMS (College Station, TX)
  • University of Massachusetts Lowell EMS (Lowell, MA)
  • Virginia Tech Rescue Squad (Blacksburg, VA)
  • SUNY Oswego SAVAC (Oswego, NY)

Founded in 1993, the National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation (NCEMSF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to scholarship, research and to creating a safer, healthier environment on college and university campuses through the support, promotion, and advocacy of campus-based emergency medical services. The Foundation is committed to the advancement of existing response groups and assisting in the development of new response groups. 

 NCEMSF serves as an umbrella organization supporting its over 250 constituent member colleges and universities in providing campus based emergency medical services. These, often student-run organizations, are comprised of highly trained students ready to respond in any medical emergency. Student volunteers respond within minutes and provide emergency care tailored specifically to their campus community. These groups range from quick-response services on foot or bike to advanced life support (ALS) transporting units.

In addition to providing for the acquisition of medical knowledge, campus based EMS allows student participants to develop certain life skills including leadership, communication, and decision-making. NCEMSF provides a forum for communication and creates an environment where ideas can be exchanged and problems can be solved.

NCEMSF News

The latest edition of NCEMSF News (Vol 18, Issue 3 - Conference 2014) is available for download.

Inside This Issue:

  • President’s Message
  • Pro/Con Debate: Backboards
  • Clinical Review: Heroin, Hypothermia
  • Regional Roundup
  • NCEMSF Database
  • HEARTSafe Campus ROSC Data
  • Did You Read the Tagline
  • Campus EMS Lessons Learned
  • NCEMSF Resources - Membership, Startup, Alumni

Want to contribute? Submit articles, reviews, other scholarly works for publication by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Squad updates can be sent to your RC for inclusion in the Regional Roundup.

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