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  • The Role of CORE Interventions

    The Community Outreach Resource Efficiency (CORE) program was created in 2012 as a division of Indianapolis (Ind.) Emergency Medical Services (IEMS) in partnership with Eskenazi Health. Since then, CORE has grown, and now has a team of two community paramedics, six community health workers, an EMT and a social worker. By leveraging this diverse and […]

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  • 2017 Annual Report

    Click here to download and read the 2017 Annual Report

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  • 2016 Annual Report

    Click here to download the 2016 Annual Report

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  • Civilian EMT

    Wanted: Adventurous, open-minded people, seeking a challenge, and who have a desire to help others, and make a career in EMS.

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  • AED

    IndyCARES increases survival rates and creates heroes out of everyday people.

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  • Treat the Streets

    In Marion County and across the nation, there are factors that drain the resources of EMS services and their capabilities to provide the appropriate care, when needed.  One issue being addressed is recidivism to an emergency medical facility, even though treatment is accessible.  Through community outreach programs, such as CORE, IEMS is addressing the issue […]

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