ND Community Paramedicine Pilot Program

Community Paramedicine is an emerging area in the continuum of care.  Community paramedics can fill a number of roles in their communities.  These could include in-home evaluation and follow-up of excessive 911 users, follow-up care for conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes or heart failure, care of hospice patients, as part of a public health team offering outreach or behavioral health evaluation and transport.

Interested in the North Dakota Community Paramedic Pilot Program?  Read this: Community Paramedic Memo
Interested in becoming a Community Paramedic? Check this out:

Pilot Site Proposal Critera

Training Site Proposal Criteria

Community Paramedic Subcommittee Meeting Minutes
May 2, 2014
February 24, 2014
February 3, 2014
January 6, 2014
November 21, 2013

July 31st, 2012 Community Paramedicine Stakeholder Meeting
Gary Wingrove's Presentation
Anne Robinson's Presentation
Mike Wilcox, MD's Presentation

A summary of the event can be found on the ND EMS Assocation's webpage.

Other Resources:


CP Program Evaluation Report Western Eagle County 2012

Community Paramedicine Evaluation Tool

Policy Brief on Integration of EMS into the Healthcare Delivery System 2009

State Perspectives Discussion Paper on Development of Community Paramedic Programs