Emergency Medical Services
The Department of Emergency Medical Services is one of eight (8) departments within the Navajo Division of Public Safety. The Department consists of the Administration Office, Two (2) Field Operation Offices, (East and West) the office of Training and Technical Assistance, Third Party Billing Section, Property Office, Accounting Office and twelve (12) Field Offices. The Operational aspects of Emergency Medical Services are carried out from Indian Health Service hospitals or clinics that are managed by the Emergency Medical Services (EMS). As a Public Safety Service, the Emergency Medical Services also provides training in Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR - Health Care Provider) - Heart Saver First Aid and the Emergency Medical Technicians Basic course, Emergency Medical Technicians Intermediate course and the First Responders course. To learn more about the Emergency Medical Services, you can contact your nearest Emergency Medical Services office.
Navajo EMS is a Dedicated, Progressive Service Focused on Quality Care. Expanded Advanced Life Support Capabilities and Transport Services are Pre-eminent. We Consist of a Well Organized Structure of Dedicated Personnel Determined to Provide Elite Services.
The Goal of the Department is to Provide for the contained development of the comprehensive Public Safety and Emergency Medical Services System to advance the quality of care and transportation of the sick and/or Injured.
We support the coordination and advancement of quality patient care and transport through consistent training and education of all employees.
We strive for professionalism through teamwork, communication and dedication.
We value and uphold all policies that allow us to provide emergency Medical Services with respect to ethical, traditional and cultural values.
- We serve with respect to Public Safety.