If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1 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 (previously WeVolunteer)
- 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.