Northeastern University Emergency Medical Services (NUEMS) is a volunteer, student-run organization that provides EMS coverage to Northeastern events. We are devoted to providing leadership, experiential, and educational opportunities to our members including 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. NUEMS is proud to have the responsibility of managing the campus AED program as well as being recognized as a HEARTSafe Community by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
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.
Thanks for coming to our first NUEMS meeting of the semester! Make sure you check out our membership page to sign up for the mailing list, slack, as well as our Engage! Also, please fill out the Fall 2023 Applications, due by October 5th. Next week's meeting is a trauma assessment training, on Thursday at 7pm in 104 West Village G. Please be sure to join us!
Welcome back to campus as the spring semester begins! We kicked off the semester with a training on obtaining intravenous access, and we have some more exciting continuing education meetings planned. If you are a new/prospective member, please fill out this form or click here to be taken the correct page, and be sure to keep an eye out for emails from us.
We have had a great semester so far with a variety of continuing education meetings, social meetings, and an overview of the different EMS companies throughout the greater Boston area. Please refer to your email for all of the up-to-date links, meetings, and opportunities, and join us next week, on 11/18, to learn about EKGs (approved for one hour of continuing education). For continuining education rosters, click here.