Northeastern University Emergency Medical Services - NUEMS - is a volunteer, student-run organization that currently provides EMS coverage to Northeastern events, including Men's Hockey Games. We are devoted to providing leadership, experiential and educational opportunities to our members including continuing medical education classes. We are also committed to members of the community through our dedication to community outreach and education. We currently offer CPR classes, a clinical lecture series, continuing education, and a BLS refresher course to the community. We are also proud to have the responsibility of managing the campus AED program. NUEMS hopes to serve the Northeastern University community in the future by providing excellent, prompt, and professional responses to all medical emergencies and ensuring a safer and healthier campus to live and learn.
Please take a moment to read more about our mission, and join in our efforts by showing your support for a student-run emergency medical service organization.
Click here to view our mission: NUEMS - What are we waiting for?
| February 24th, 2015
Northeastern's EMT-B course (HLTH 2200), taught by our own Professor Domenic Corey, is open for registration for Summer 1! For more information, please visit our EMT-B course page by clicking here.
| September 19th, 2014
CPR class dates have been posted. You can register by visiting the CPR page and clicking on the date you'd like to register for. More classes will be announced soon.
First Meeting of the Fall Semester
| September 15th, 2014
Please join us for our first meeting of the semester on Thursday, September 25th at 6:30 PM in International Village 014-016. Everyone is welcome to come! Please RSVP on OrgSync so we know how much pizza to order! Also, free pizza.
Hey Incoming Freshman!
For those of you that may be interested in emergency medicine, join us now on OrgSync!
Summer CPR Classes | June 1st, 2014
We are now offering CPR classes for both the Summer 1 and 2 semesters. These classes have recently been added to our CPR page.