Additional Information
Nova Scotia Department of Health
The department in the Nova Scotia government responsible for provincial health care
Emergency Health Services Nova Scotia
A division of the Department of Health that regulates the ground ambulance and air medical transport operations in Nova Scotia
EHS LifeFlight
The air medical transport program in Nova Scotia, managed by EMC
Medical First Response Program
The program responsible for maintaining the registry of all medical first responders in Nova Scotia, managed by EMC
The Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS)
The organization that creates ambulance service standards for North American medical transportation systems and provides accreditation to organizations that meet those standards
National Academies of Emergency Dispatch (NAED)
The non-profit organization responsible for establishing worldwide emergency dispatch standards and providing accreditation to organizations that meet those standards
The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS)
The company responsible for establishing air medical transport program standards and providing accreditation to organizations that meet those standards
Medavie Blue Cross
The parent company of Medavie Health Services; registered in Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic Provinces
The not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of health care systems in Canada and across the globe through the rigorous process of accreditation.
The College of Paramedics is the regulatory body for paramedics working in Nova Scotia.  
The College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS) is the body that regulates the practice of registered nurses and nurse practitioners to protect and serve the public interest in Nova Scotia.
Through the promotion of AEDs and increasing CPR and AED awareness, the EHS AED Registry is committed to helping save lives in Nova Scotia and beyond. The core function of the registry is to help improve sudden cardiac arrest survival rates by rapidly linking AEDs, AED responders and sudden cardiac arrest patients.
Concerned about your health? Wondering if you can care for yourself at home, or need to see a doctor? Call 8-1-1 to talk to a registered nurse around the clock, seven days a week. Our nurses can also provide information about services provided in your area, or general information about your health care concerns.

Want to stop smoking? Ready to try again? You’re in the right place. Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Tobacco Free Nova Scotia can help.
If you or a loved one has ever wondered if gambling is putting you at risk, maybe it’s time to Take 5.
Medavie Health Services Group of Companies