Tennessee

Enabling Legislation passed in 2015: Tennessee-2015-SB2029

Data Collection in Memphis May Lead to CP Legislative Success

Though Tennessee does not have a law explicitly recognizing or standardizing community paramedicine, the Memphis Fire Department has already expanded its role in community health. […]Read More »

Gathering Momentum: Recent Legislative Action on Community Paramedicine

Despite the best efforts of paramedics, physicians and other health workers, determined promotion of healthcare provision within the community is sometimes not enough to create and sustain successful Mobile […]Read More »

Community Paramedic Programs Proliferate Nationwide

MedStar in Fort Worth started one of the earliest community paramedicine programs in 2009 and now, according to one of their spokespersons, there are about […]Read More »

Mobile Integrated Healthcare Summit: November 12, 2014 in Nashville, TN

There is going to be a Mobile Integrated Healthcare Summit on November 12th at the the EMS World Expo which runs from November 9-13. Here […]Read More »

Tennessee's New Community Paramedicine Legislation Allows EMS to Provide Non-Emergent Care

The state of Tennessee has taken a big step to allow EMS to conduct Mobile Integrated Healthcare in the future. The legislation will go into […]Read More »