EMS Empathy Survey

Have you ever called 911 for an emergency and needed an ambulance?

If so, we’d like to invite you to participate in a short, anonymous survey to gather data on those experiences, which will be used to enhance the way emergency medical service (EMS) providers deliver care in the future. The questions are designed to gain insight into your experiences leading up to calling 911 and through your arrival at the hospital.

The results of this survey will be incorporated into future training for emergency medical services providers.

This survey is being conducted by Richard Huff, NREMT, MS, a nationally recognized EMS educator, journalist and a local EMS provider. This research is not connected with any EMS organization, community or region. The goal is to gather a holistic view on the experience of a patient needing EMS help.

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* 1. How many times have you called 911 for an emergency that required emergency medical service providers to respond with an ambulance?

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