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.
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.
Interior Region Emergency Medical Services Council, Incorporated (IREMSC) is a private non-profit corporation located in Fairbanks, Alaska. We are dedicated to improving emergency medical care in Interior Alaska. We also promote common safety and public education throughout the region. Our region covers 236,000 square miles, an area nearly the size of Texas. We provide services from the Brooks Range in the north, to the Alaska Range in the south, and east to west from the Canadian Border to Kaltag on the Yukon River near the Bering Sea.
Postal and Physical Address
2503 18th Ave
Fairbanks, AK 99709
Tok Subregional Office:
PO Box 33
Tok, AK 99780