Grant for States: HRSA-23-063 Emergency Medical Services for Children State Partnership





Grant Alert! The US Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) has a new opportunity, HRSA-23-063 Emergency Medical Services for Children State Partnership. The purpose of this program is to support demonstration projects for the expansion and improvement of emergency medical services for children who need treatment for trauma or critical care. This program will achieve these goals by expanding the uptake of Pediatric Readiness Guidelines in Emergency Departments;1 developing Pediatric Readiness in Emergency Medical Services Systems;2 increasing pediatric disaster readiness by supporting the integration of pediatrics in hospital and prehospital disaster plans; and prioritizing family partnership and leadership to improve EMSC systems of care. Consistent with these goals, this program aims to attain equitable access to pediatric emergency care and everyday readiness for all children across the nation, especially for those children living in racial/ethnic minority, tribal, and rural communities.


Grant Snapshot


Who’s Eligible to Apply?

State governments and accredited schools of medicine in States


How Much Money is Available?

$12,095,000


How Much Can I ask for?

$205,000 per year


How Many Awards?

59


Period of Performance

April 1, 2023, to March 31, 2027 (4 years)


When is the Grant Due?

Grants.gov due date is 11/7/22


Program Priorities Areas


Children

Emergency services


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