National Emergency Medicine Assoc. (NEMA)
The National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA) is
NEMA's most celebrated special program is our Radio Program Series "The Heart of the Matter", which delivers up to the minute information on a wide range of health matters heard Nationwide.
Through two other special programs, the National Heart Council (NHC) and the National Stroke Council (NSC), we disseminate useful information on how to avoid heart attack and stroke and how to deliver emergency medical assistance before professionals arrive.
The Kids Do Matter program proactively works to prevent childhood trauma including child abuse, accidents and more, by supporting agencies teaching parenting skills. Finally, our most recent program, Senior's Life Council has published a booklet, "Be Safe: One Hundred Practical Ways Seniors Can Protect Themselves Against Crime".
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The Mission of the National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA) is to foster the development and delivery of quality emergency services that address health and social issues through education and applied research. NEMA is concerned with every stage of emergency, paying particular attention to the prevention of emergency and to the excellence of response when emergencies occur.
Current Special Programs
NEMA's Grants Program
NEMA grants emphasize cardiac-related clinical and applied research, wellness education programs and trauma support services. NEMA works with other non-profit organizations through it's special programs, the National Heart Council and National Stroke Council.
Numerous grants have provided essential funding to physicians, health clinics, trauma centers and hospital centers like St. Agnes Hospital's Coronary Care Unit in Catonsville, MD.
NEMA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We receive no federal funding but are supported exclusively through the generosity of private donors across the country.To support the life saving efforts of the National Emergency Medicine Association, you may send your donations or make your bequest to our address below.
Making a gift to The National Heart Council or National Stroke Council whether during your lifetime or through your will -- is one of the most gratifying acts a person can perform. You know that your gift will go to support an organization whose goals and ideals you share.
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