Online Registration for Symposium is Closed. You will be able to register in person at Wedgewood. See you there!!

Main Symposium is March 23rd and 24th at Wedgewood Resort!!


2018 Interior Region EMS Council Awards
Every one of our Emergency Medical Services personnel deserve recognition. Our Annual EMS Symposium
Award Ceremony gives you and IREMSC the opportunity to salute EMS providers and services who have made
outstanding contributions to their community and fellow Alaskan citizens. The award ceremony will be held
on the first day of Symposium during the opening session.


***Position Open***
Emergency Medical Service Officer I Position open in Juneau, AK. For Details and Application go

******Summer Positions Available******
Tri Valley Volunteer Fire Department is currently looking for summer medic staff. For more information and to apply go Here


CODE BLUE PHASE 18 (FY19) Application are here

Code Blue  Phase 18 (FY19) applications are available online.  Deadline date for submission is January 31, 2018.  Be sure to include support letters and, if applicable, Medical Director approval.  Code Blue Application


THANK YOU EXHIBITORS AND SPONSORS of our 24th Annual Symposium. We cannot do it without you.

Symposium 2018
Exhibitor Packets and Sponsorship Forms are available now


NEW 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 1/11/17

Explanation Sheet of 2016 Changes

Errata Sheet of 2017 Changes



 Interior Region Symposium
 March 21-22, 2018 Presymposium
March 23-24, 2018 Symposium
 Fairbanks, Alaska

 Southeast Region Symposium
 April 18-20, 2018 Presymposium
April 21-22, 2018 Symposium
 Haines, Alaska


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