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Last updated 3/28/2017
The County of San Luis Obispo EMS Division is comprised of the EMS Agency and the Emergency Preparedness Program. As a division of the Public Health Department, we
provide system guidance and oversight through pre-hospital provider and public comment driven policy development and a comprehensive quality improvement program.  We
support medical disaster preparedness through the disaster response planning process, and support the appropriate use of 911, CPR, AEDs and First Aid through public
education. We ensure excellent pre-hospital personnel through training, certification,accreditation, authorization and continuing education program review.  We support the Public
Health Department, in the management and coordination of public health emergencies, such as: Natural disasters, Pandemic Flu and Bioterrorism incidents.
EMS in the County of San Luis Obispo
Statement of Professional Ethics and Values
Dedicated to the assurance of optimal prehospital care in the County of  San Luis Obispo, the Emergency Medical Services Agency(EMS Agency) has an obligation to ensure the
EMS community maintains the highest possible standards for professional medical treatment of the public. To this end, the EMS Agency supports the need for the EMS community
to demand of its employees the highest expectation for professional ethics and personal integrity. This extends from personal conduct as a representative of the EMS community, to
the emergency medical assistance provided through the course of their employment.

Recognizing the public’s expectation for professional and ethical conduct of those in the medical services field, the EMS Agency will continue to assist the EMS community through
its philosophic support of professional ethics and values. Moreover, the EMS Agency will maintain an expectation of professional and ethical conduct of those members of the EMS
community whom the EMS Agency supports through its program coordination, including certification, training, accreditation, authorization and continuing education.
County of San Luis Obispo
EMS Field Personnel App   
Media Release
Working to assure that our county’s residents and visitors receive optimal prehospital care on a daily basis and protection during public health emergencies.