Birmingham Regional Emergency Medical Services System

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The Birmingham Regional Emergency Medical Services System (BREMSS) is administratively a component of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (Health System) with policy direction provided by a Board made up of representation of local governments, hospitals, physicians, nurses, emergency medical service personnel (EMSP), and other EMS provider groups from throughout a seven-county region. This seven-county region is located in central Alabama and encompasses the counties of Blount, Chilton, Jefferson, St. Clair, Shelby, Walker and Winston. BREMSS is responsible for overall coordination of and improvements in the pre-hospital emergency medical care system within these seven counties and the subsequent city jurisdictions. BREMSS is now one of the largest Training Centers in Alabama, with over 800 BLS Instructors, 150 ACLS Instructors, and 120 PALS Instructors in Fire / EMS agencies, hospitals, clinics, K-12 school systems, post-secondary school, public and private enterprises.

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Birmingham Regional Emergency Medical Services System  

1114 South 16th Street 

Birmingham, AL 35205 

Tel: (205) 934-2595 ext. 7 

 

 

Fax: (205) 975-9038 

bremssctc@uab.edu 

www.bremss.org 

BREMSS Mission Statement..... To serve all providers of emergency care in the region so patient life and limb are saved, to lead with vision the EMSS of the region in development and implementation of a system that delivers patient care at the highest level, to educate the community about emergency medical care, and continue the education of healthcare personnel in the newest lifesaving knowledge, techniques, and skills.