Bureau of Emergency Medical Services & Trauma System
Quality Assurance Reports
The Data & Quality Assurance section of the Bureau is responsible for collecting, analyzing and reporting on data obtained from designated trauma centers and those participating EMS agencies in an effort to enhance the EMS & Trauma System in Arizona.
Regional County & Tribal Reports
Regional EMS plays an esssential role in the care of the patient. These resources are presented to help regions understand how they compare against each other. The EMS regions divide the state into four distinct areas, the Arizona Emergency Medical Services, the Northern Arizona Emergency Medical Services, the Southeastern Arizona EMS Council, and the Western Arizona Council of EMS.
The EMS and Trauma systems needs vary across towns, counties, and regions in Arizona. These reports have been developed to identify those needs for each community and provide the specialized care, interventions, and resources they may need. The Bureau of EMS and Trauma Systems collaborates and partners with these communities to prevent premature death and disability.
- La Paz
- Santa Cruz
Arizona is fortunate to be the home to a diverse culture of American Indians. The twenty-two tribes comprise approximately 5.6 percent of the population, and 29 percent of the land. The tribes are: Ak-Chin Indian Community, Cocopah Indian Tribe, Colorado River Indian Tribes, Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Fort Mojave Tribe, Gila River Indian Community, Havasupai Tribe, Hopi Tribe, Hualapai Tribe, Kaibab-Paiute Tribe, Navajo Nation, Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Pueblo of Zuni, Quechan Tribe, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, San Carlos Apache Tribe, San Juan Southern Paiute Tribe, Tohono O'odham Nation, Tonto Apache Tribe, White Mountain Apache Tribe, Yavapai-Apache Nation, and Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe.
Note: Information provided in PDF files, unless otherwise indicated.