• Limited Inpatient Capabilities Letter
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    Naloxone Administration PowerPoint

  • New AEMT Information

  • 2014 Saline Shortage [PDF]

  • Protocol Rollout, Videos, Powerpoints and Test are here. Please UPDATE your personal information including Agency Code affiliation to receive credit for this rollout. You must be signed in with EMT Number and password to be able to take the test.

    If you are experiencing any difficulties with the login process or resetting your password, please contact info@wremac.com

    2014 Protocol Rollout

    Welcome to the Western Regional Emergency Medical Advisory (WREMAC) website!

    • WREMAC serves the Big Lakes, Southwestern, and Wyoming-Erie Regional Emergency Medical Services Councils (REMSCOs). These regions include Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Orleans, Niagara, and Wyoming counties.
      The purposes of the WREMAC are to:
    • Develop policies, procedures, and triage, treatment, and transportation protocols, which are consistent with the standards of the State Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (SEMAC)
    • Establish standards for physicians to operate as pre-hospital Medical Directors
    • Train and approve physicians who provide online medical control to EMS in our area
    • Coordinate the development of a Regional Medical Control System
    • Provide oversight in Quality Improvement activities addressing system-wide concerns

    WREMAC is an advisory committee serving the three REMSCOs of Big Lakes, Southwestern, and Wyoming-Erie. The WREMAC shall work independently of the REMSCOs in matters of medicine and shall work collaboratively with said REMSCOs in discharging all other duties of the REMSCOs.

    Click on the links to the right for more information about the WREMAC.

    All advanced EMTs, and advanced EMT students, practicing within the eight counties of Western New York may create an account on this site by clicking on "Register" in the black bar toward the top of the page. You may then sign in and take protocol update quizzes as required by the WREMAC. If you experience problems creating an account or signing in please contact info@wremac.com.

    Questions, comments, or information requests of the WREMAC should be directed to the Chairperson by e-mailing chair@wremac.com.

    Mail and phone calls may be directed to:
    c/o Office of Prehospital Care
    462 Grider St
    Buffalo, NY 14215
    (716) 898-3600

    Thank you for visiting our site,