Emergency Medical Services Association of Colorado

The Emergency Medical Services Association of Colorado is a nonprofit society of emergency medical service professionals. Founded as the EMT Association of Colorado in 1973, it is one of the oldest state EMS organizations in the nation.

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The program for an EMS agency or facility to "adopt" an EMS professional and their family that needs assistance of any type (financial, human-power, hard goods, food, etc.).     

EMSAC Members: Save Money With Savvik!

One of EMSAC's most important member benefits is our partnership with Savvik, which provides group buying opportunities to ambulance services, fire departments, first responder groups, police/sheriff departments and industrial emergency response teams. Savvik saves EMSAC members money through its world-class cooperative buying power in the public safety sector.

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  • Puts in hundreds of hours into each competitively bid process and chosen vendors & programs that you can trust.
  • Leverages the buying power of our entire group to get the best deals on core products to help drive deeper discounts for our members.
  • Helps you after the sale by assisting with any discrepancies in billing, equipment failure, vendor relations, finding products, & more.

Besides saving money for EMSAC members, Savvik also shares some of its proceeds with EMSAC, strengthening our association!


The Emergency Medical Services Association of Colorado is dedicated to furthering the highest quality of Emergency Medical Services in the State of Colorado by assisting EMS providers to realize their potential through innovative life-long learning, goal-driven advocacy, and promotion of EMS professionalism.

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As the only state organization dedicated Solely to EMS, EMSAC serves the EMS system. The association speaks with a unified voice to assure the best care for victims of trauma and those suffering from medical emergencies. The Colorado Legislature, the Prehospital Care Program office of the Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment, allied organizations such as the Colorado Search and Rescue Board and the American College of Emergency Physicians have all heard from EMSAC on many occasions.

When such organizations need the expertise and opinions of EMS professionals, they ask EMSAC. From position papers to legislation to public education, EMSAC is EMS in Colorado.

Whether it be a legislative committee considering the operation of emergency vehicles, the development of the Colorado trauma system, or the Prehospital Care Program planning the next ten year’s evolution of Colorado EMS, EMSAC offers the critical perspective of those who daily provide, manage and plan emergency care.