Emergency Medical Services Regional Plans
The Multi-Casualty Incident Plan (MCIP) is an operational response plan for MCIs that occur in Washoe County. Plan revisions were approved by the District Board of Health on June 28, 2018 with an effective date of October 1, 2018.
The Mutual Aid Evacuation Agreement (MAEA) is a plan specifically for healthcare facility evacuations due to a natural or technological disaster. Plan revisions were approved by the District Board of Health on June 27, 2019.
The Washoe County EMS Strategic Plan is a requirement of the Interlocal Agreement for Emergency Medical Services Oversight. The mission of the EMS Strategic Plan is to coordinate the delivery of efficient and effective emergency medical services to the citizens, businesses and visitors of Washoe County through collaboration with EMS providers. The plan was approved in May 2019 by both the EMS Advisory Board and the District Board of Health.
The Washoe County EMS Protocols is a regional patient care document for EMS providers. This project was Objective 5.1 of the Washoe County Five-Year EMS Strategic Plan (2017-2021). The EMS Protocols were revised in 2022 with an effective date of July 1, 2022.
Last modified on 09/01/2022