EMS Services

Maine EMS Licensed Services (May 2020) (Excel Spreadsheet)


Maine EMS Approved Destinations for Emergency Transports (Jan 2021) (PDF)

Maine EMS Approved Destinations for Emergency Transports (Jan 2021) (Excel Spreadsheet)

Regional Offices

The regional EMS offices are each independent not-for-profit 501(C)(3) corporations that contract with the Department of Public Safety/Maine EMS to coordinate the EMS system in their respective areas. Each region develops a work plan to provide details on how they will provide the annual goals established by the Board of EMS. Current workplans include:

  • Medical Control Training and Direction
  • Quality Improvement
  • Training Coordination
  • Regional Councils
  • Public Information, Education, and Relations
  • Attendance and Participation at Maine EMS Meetings
  • Other Projects

    • Aroostook EMS
      • Region 5: Aroostook - Aroostook
        • Regional Medical Director: Beth Collamore, MD
    • Atlantic Partners EMS
      • Region 1: Southern - York, Cumberland and Sagadahoc
        • Regional Medical Director: Michael Bohanske, MD
      • Region 3: Kennebec Valley - Kennebec and Somerset
        • Regional Medical Director: Tim Pieh, MD
      • Region 4: Northeast - Hancock, Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Washington
        • Regional Medical Director: David Saquet, DO
      • Region 6: Midcoast - Lincoln, Waldo,and Knox
        • Regional Medical Director: Benjy Lowry, MD
    • Tri County EMS
      • Region 2: Tri-County - Androscoggin, Franklin, and Oxford
        • Regional Medical Director: Seth Ritter, MD


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    Maine Trauma Systems

    Heartsafe Communities - HeartSafe Communities is a recognition program based on the "Chain of Survival" which has been implemented in other states and countries to help improve outcomes associated with cardiovascular events. Its purpose is to recognize the excellent work being done by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) programs throughout Maine, and to provide further opportunities to enhance community partnerships, resources and services to improve cardiovascular health, and decrease deaths due to cardiovascular-related events, including sudden cardiac arrest, heart attack and stroke.

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