- Shop Products
- Services & Tools
- Business Resources
- Clinical Resources
- About Us
- Contact Us
For emergency medical services, treatment and timing are everything. Each day, you’re in the field providing immediate, sometimes life-saving, care to patients while under intense pressure. On top of this, you also battle issues unrelated to care, including funding, training and the acquisition, allocation and coordination of resources. We can help.
We serve the entire spectrum of basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS) organizations in EMS, including ground and air transport, rescue crews and ski patrol, offering a wide selection of emergency medical supplies. We can help provide the EMS products and solutions you need, when you need them so you can focus on what matters most — improved patient outcomes for those you serve.
We now have certain high-demand personal protective equipment and hand sanitizers in stock and available for order, while supplies last.
Shop even more EMS products from key categories, including: Infection Prevention • Diagnostic Instruments • Rx • IV Therapy • Respiratory Products • Wound Care & Triage • Glucose Monitoring • Patient Response & Transport • Laboratory Products
Whether for yourself or the EMS organization you belong to, it’s good practice to regularly access training materials for advancing skills. Keep your EMS pros in top form with training materials and products in a wide range of specialty care areas. We provide the first response resources to help you tackle the challenges of staff training and education.
At a time when the need for healthcare continues to outnumber and outpace options for quality care, EMS professionals remain the logical option to satisfy the demand. Community Paramedicine (CP) and Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) are poised to grow and evolve to find its place as a part of an integrated, community-based healthcare system. Such programs help to satisfy and close some of the current healthcare gaps by expanding the role of EMS professionals.
Active shooter (AS) and mass casualty incidents (MCIs) are complex and demanding situations that may be well beyond the traditional training and experience of the majority of firefighters and emergency medical technicians. Help your organization stay ready and prepared for the possibility of these incidents.