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Pediatric Emergency Care Council

Pediatric Emergency Care Council

About the Council | Vision, Mission & Scope | Council Officers & Regional Representatives
2015 Council Workplan |Liaisons | Meetings | 2013 PECC State Reports | Documents & Resources

About the Council

The Pediatric Emergency Care Council (PECC) is a council of the National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO). The council formulates recommendations on policies and positions specific to Emergency Medical Services for Children. PECC maintains a vision to improve health outcomes for children by promoting an emergency medical care system that addresses the unique needs of children. This is achieved through a mission to provide leadership, promote policies and research, and share resources to improve the emergency medical care system for children.

Vision, Mission, and Scope

  • Vision: Improved health outcomes for children by promoting an emergency medical care system that addresses the unique needs of children.
  • Mission: Provide leadership, promote policies and research, and share resources to improve the emergency medical care system for children.
  • Scope: Provide a forum for communication, interaction and networking between peers. This forum will allow for the sharing of best practices; the joint resolution of obstacles and challenges; and the nationwide promotion of evidence-based decision making for EMS system development.