Leadership and Management Resources
Managing a service comprised of volunteer recruits can be challenging. Clear and capable leaders who maintain high professional standards can create recruitment and retention–friendly cultures on their squads. Setting up an accountable board to which your squad reports regularly can also keep planning on track. By making small changes, such as establishing a line of succession, your organization can continue to make a difference for your community.
- North Central EMS Cooperative (NCEMSC)
Cooperative of EMS organizations that benefit from volume pricing discounts on a wide array of EMs products and services.
- Resource Documents and Reports for Development of State EMS Plan from Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services
Management tools from the North Dakota Rural EMS Improvement Project
- Self–Assessment Tool for Volunteer Ambulance Service Sustainability
- How Good is Your Ambulance Service? Ways to Measure Performance for Rural Ambulance Services
- Rural Ambulance Service Quality Checklist