National Emergency Medicine Assoc. (NEMA)

 





  

1 National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA)
NEMA continually responds to emerging health crisis in our nation by implementing new programs and targeting at-risk populations.

The National Emergency Medicine Association (NEMA) is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization founded in 1982. Committed to trauma prevention and the delivery of quality emergency medical services at each stage of trauma, emphasis is on first response at the time of emergency. Our mission statement is what drives all of NEMA's education programs in trauma prevention.

Our Mission

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.

 
2 NEMA Grants Program
NEMA's Grants emphasize cardiac-related clinical and applied research, wellness education programs and trauma support services. NEMA works with other non-profit organizations through its special programs.

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.

 

 

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Last modified: January 25, 2022