Name change announced

By Saskatchewan Emergency Medical Services Association (SEMSA)

Saskatchewan Emergency Medical Services Association (SEMSA) announced that it has changed its name to Paramedic Services Chiefs of Saskatchewan (PSCS) at its annual Convention.  The name change to Paramedic Services Chiefs of Saskatchewan demonstrates the evolution of ambulance services or Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to more representative of the vast diversity offered of Paramedic Services and the leadership that the Chiefs of such organizations contribute to the province and healthcare system.  
 
ABOUT PSCS (formerly SEMSA):  PSCS (Paramedic Services Chiefs of Saskatchewan) is a member-based organization dedicated to maintaining high quality and accountable paramedic services in Saskatchewan.  As subject matter experts, we are the voice of the profession and serve both the public and its members directly and through strong stakeholder partnerships.
 
With a VISION of All Saskatchewan people have fair access to quality paramedic services PSCS strives to achieve its strategic imperative through the VALUES that include innovation, patient-centered practices, accountability and paramedic system advancement.

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