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Indiana EMS Training Equipment Grants

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Indiana Department of Homeland Security: Emergency Medical Services
Jan 5, 2024

Stan Frank


The Indiana Department of Homeland Security will provide funding to support training and certification of Indiana's EMS and fire communities with the goal of increasing the number of certified emergency medical technicians and paramedics that are active in the state.

Examples of eligible items include:

  • Mannequins
  • Cardiac monitors
  • Other EMS equipment technology such as pulse oximetry and capnography
  • Simulation technologies

Eligible applicants are active, certified EMS training institutions in Indiana.

Preference will be given to projects offering coverage to rural counties, underserved areas for EMS education, and training institutions upgrades that have three or more years in service with cognitive examination pass rates above the Indiana average rate for the EMT level. Additional preference will be given to applications offering coverage to the widest variety of educational opportunities.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Award amounts are not stated.

Project period: February 1 - June 30, 2024

Application process
Tagged as
Community paramedicine · Emergency medical services · Emergency medical technicians and paramedics · Health workforce education and training · Licensure and certification of health professionals · Indiana

Organizations (1)

  • Indiana Department of Homeland Security: Emergency Medical Services, view details

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