Emergency Medical Services for Children State Partnership Regionalization of Care Grants
Emergency Medical Services for Children State Partnership Regionalization of Care Grants will provide funding to develop systems of care that increase access to emergency medical services for children in rural, territorial, insular, and/or tribal communities.
Grantees will work to reduce pediatric morbidity and mortality by:
- Identifying the pediatric readiness of facilities to stabilize and treat pediatric patients
- Improving the transfer process of pediatric patients to higher levels of care
- Establishing networks and systems to increase access to pediatric specialists
State governments and accredited schools of medicine.
Award ceiling: $200,000 per year
Project period: 4 years
Total funding available: $800,000
Links to the online application and program guidance are available through grants.gov.
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