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Grants to Utah Governmental, Nonprofit, and For-Profit EMS Providers to Enhance Emergency Services

ELIGIBILITY:

Geographic Focus

USA: Utah

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Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Per Capita Grant

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness, Division of Family Health and Preparedness


Agency: State

GrantWatch ID #143169

Grant Description

Grants to Utah governmental, nonprofit, and for-profit emergency medical service providers, including ambulance agencies, paramedic agencies, dispatch agencies, law enforcement, and designated agencies to improve the provision of emergency services. Verification or updates to the EMS personnel roster must be completed prior to applying.

Per capita allocation is determined by the following:

(a) County classification,

(b) Number of EMS state licensed personnel in each provider agency actively involved in the provision of emergency medical services.

(c) The level of licensure of each of the EMS personnel, with weighting factors as follows:

EMD, EMR = 1 point

EMT = 2 points

EMT-Intermediate and AEMT (advanced) = 3 points

Paramedic = 4 points 

In FY2024, approved grant applicants may use funds for continuing medical education (CME) or for initial training. No addition application is needed. CME is defined as continuing “medical” education exclusively for agency pre-hospital EMS personnel.

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Eligibility:

  • Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Grants are available only to licensed ground 911 EMS ambulance providers, licensed paramedic services, EMS designated quick response units, and public safety answering point (PSAP) which are designated emergency medical service dispatch centers that are either:
(a) Agencies or political subdivisions of local or state government or incorporated non-profit entities.
(b) A for-profit EMS provider that is a primary EMS provider in a geographical service area if it is licensed for and provides service at a higher level than the public or non-profit provider.

Incorporated non-profit entities must be registered with the Utah Department of Commerce.

Ineligible:

Starting in FY2021, licensed ground ambulance providers that show a profitability average over the past three years fiscal years exceeding the margin allowed in R426-8-200(1) will not be eligible to receive EMS grant funds.

Rescue & fire equipment are not eligible.

Recertification fees may not be considered as CME. Teaching aids, videos, and DVD’s are eligible if used for training, but equipment such as TV’s, projectors, monitors, and screens are not eligible items for CME.

Membership to professional/trade organizations, supplies and promotional materials may not be requested.

Pre-Application Information:

Application must be received by the Bureau no later than 5:00 p.m. January 27, 2023.

All agencies rosters as they stand in the Bureau’s website must be verified as accurate and correct as of December 31, 2022.

FY2024 Schedule Summary
- January 27, 2023 Deadline for Submission of FY2024 application.
- February and March 2023 Bureau of EMS will calculate status of opportunity for awards.
- July 1, 2023 Beginning of FY2024 grant period,
- June 15, 2024 End of FY2024 grant period, final date for expenditures.
- June 30, 2024 End of FY2024 grant period, final date for reimbursements.

No matching funds are required.

Additional Funding Information:

Estimated Total Program Funding:

$550,000

Term of Contract:

Unless otherwise specified, grants will begin July 1, 2023 and terminate June 15, 2024. All grant funds unexpended at that time will revert to the Department for future reallocation. All FY2024 expenditures must be completed by June 15, 2024. The deadline for documentation of reimbursement requests for FY2024 is June 30, 2024.

Contact Information:

Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the EMS Bureau Grants Coordinator, Gay Brogdon for assistance in grant preparation. Contact Information:
- Guy Dansie, EMS Director 801-560-1544 gdansie@utah.gov
- Gay Brogdon, Grants Coordinator 801-520-6610 gbrogdon@utah.gov
- Dan Camp, Rural EMS Liaison 801-560-2821 dcamp@utah.gov
- Marcy Willits, Rural EMS Liaison 801-541-5740 mwillits1@utah.gov
- Linda Simmons, Rural EMS Liaison 435-459-1549 lindasimmons@utah.gov

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