If you have an emergency, please call 911 or your local emergency number for immediate assistance.
The following links provide information about ambulance service providers and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) in Wisconsin and the Statewide Trauma Care System.
- Administrative Rules
- Active Shooter Guide (PDF)
- Ambulance Services (by county)
- American Red Cross
- Are You READY, Wisconsin?
- Complaints and Investigations
- Designated Trauma Care Facilities (by county)
- Do-Not-Resuscitate Order
- EMS Board and Committee Meetings
- EMS Section Staff List
- Fitness Center Training Information
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) by License Level
- History of EMS in Wisconsin
- Injury Prevention Program
- Public Access Defibrillation
- Public Health Emergency Preparedness
- Service Dogs, Dealing with (PDF)
- Star of Life
- Trauma Care System
- Verification of Licensure
- Volunteer Wisconsin
- Wisconsin EMS Agencies
- Wisconsin EMS Scope of Practice
Prepare, Plan, Stay Informed
Wisconsin's Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program focuses on preparing for, and responding to, events that pose a substantial risk to the health of state residents. The program supports and enhances the capacity of the state, local health departments/Tribes, and the health care system to prepare for public health threats and emergencies through planning, exercising, responding, and training.