SREMSC Live Online CME
September 25
6pm to 8pm
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New State EMS Regulations Have Been Signed!

As you may have already heard, the State EMS Regulations have been signed and went into effect on August 21st.  What does this mean?




The ACEMS Implementation Task Force, tasked with developing the implementation process for the soon to be approved EMS Regulation changes, is in need  of more members.  ACEMS has reopened its application site and if you are interested in helping with the development of EMT 1, 2, 3 or AK-AEMT, AK Instructor, and AK Instructor Coordinator objectives and transition bridge courses, please submit an application at the following link: 
This is a time-intensive process, work-groups meet regularly and the Task Force meets every other week, via teleconference to work on this important process.  We need dedicated EMS providers,  instructors, and administrators to help make this transition process go smoothly.

DHSS Newsletter

Alaska Department of Health and Social Services now issues a monthly newsletter that provides some great information.
Check out the September DHSS Newsletter by following this link:
EMS Vitals
To Subscribe to their monthly newsletter please go here: Subscribe. Here is a how to guide for assistance with your subscription


EMS World Article on Alaska! Check this out!


Alaska Job Opportunities


Save the Dates!!
44th SREMSC EMS Symposium:
Oct 29th - Nov 1st 2019
Anchorage Alaska


Save the Dates!!
IREMSC 26th Symposium:
March 25th-28th, 2020
Fairbanks Alaska


Save the Dates!!
SEREMSC Symposium:
March 25th- 29th, 2020
Sitka Alaska


REVISED 6/2/2019 INTERIOR REGIONAL AND FNSB STANDING ORDERS. The Standing order for FNSB and the Interior Region have just been updated.  Here is the link:  FNSB & IREMSC Regional Standing Orders Updated 6/3/2019

If you would like us to add any information to our website or should you come across any errors/issues; Please contact Brenda Fifield at 907-456-3978 or email



Our Mission

The Interior Region EMS Council strives to reduce the human and economic costs of accidents and illnesses through continual improvement of emergency care and education.

Our Goals

Training: To provide and facilitate appropriate and sustainable training for EMS providers and the public in the region.

Data Collection: To Promote Research and Data Collection Relevant to EMS.

Equipment: To provide appropriate and sustainable equipment for EMS providers and systems in the region and to serve as a regional center for distribution of surplus equipment.

Communications: To promote adequate EMS communications systems throughout the region for EMS providers and the public.

Community Outreach: To educate and promote awareness of EMS issues and systems on the part of the public, policy makers and EMS services and develop new and maintain existing EMS systems in the region