CMED coordinates entry notifications and medical control to the 10 central Massachusetts hospitals and as a service to all of our area EMS providers. How may we serve you today?
CMED Operators facilitate medical communications in the Region, document call tracking data for quality assurance purposes and in support of medical control regulations.
There are a variety of resources available to support EMS during a mass casualty incident (MCI) in Region II including communications and transportation support.
CMED stands for Central Medical Emergency Direction. It is the Central Massachusetts EMS communications system and consists of radio base stations linked to the CMED operations facility.
Worcester CMED (Central Medical Emergency Direction) relies on a network of radio towers strategically located throughout Central Massachusetts (EMS Region II).
A clear and concise entry notification to a receiving facility is essential to allow them to prepare for your patient. The high volume in every emergnecy department means staff are continually triaging the patients in-house and inbound.
State approved Regional Point-of-Entry Plans for specialized hospital destinations for patients experiencing significant trauma, acute stroke, ST-segment elevated myocardial Infarction, and need-based conditions