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Who We Are
The County of San Luis Obispo EMS Division is comprised of the EMS Agency and Public Health Emergency
Preparedness. 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 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