Registration for SEREMS Symposium 2013 in Sitka from April 17th-20th is now open!
Notice to AHA Instructors: The price of Heartsaver and Healthcare Provider cards from our supplier has increased. Heartsaver and Healthcare Provider cards will be $4 each starting March 1.
Our Mission at SEREMS is to ensure the best possible emergency medical care throughout Southeast Alaska.
SEREMS Council is a non-profit, grant funded organization that provides the following services:
- Annual Symposium
- Certification Examination
- Technical Assistance
- Instructional Materials
- American Heart Association (AHA) Training Center
- Alaska Comfort One Program
Southeast Region Emergency Medical Services Council (SEREMS) was incorporated 5 May 1977 to aid in the improvement, advancement, and growth of emergency medical services throughout the communities of Southeast Alaska. With the annual renewal of our grant funding, SEREMS Council has aided the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services, Section of Injury Prevention and EMS by providing the manpower to help accomplish goals that otherwise could not be completed. Though an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we play an integral part of the Injury Prevention and EMS network.
SEREMS Council serves as a highly utilized support mechanism for emergency medical services, fire departments, and clinics throughout our region. We help with the coordination of training for professional and volunteer providers. We aid in the acquisition of medical supplies, and training equipment. Our knowledge base and experience provides critical support to the administrative needs of volunteer services.
Those who provide emergency medical services in Southeast Alaska are a close knit and unique group of people. Successes are appreciated by all. Crisis and heartbreak are felt by all. Over the years, SEREMS Council has been looked to by large and small services alike for logistical, administrative, and most importantly moral support. Just as they are there for their communities, we are there for them.
Southeast Region EMS Council has many successes to be proud of, and many more challenges to face. With continued support from the State of Alaska, we can continue to strive for the best emergency medical care for all.