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Southern Lakes EMS

Serving pre-hospital providers in Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties.

Continuing Medical Education

Aurora Southern Lakes EMS continuing education helps you stay ahead of the curve. Our evidence-based, best-practice courses meet the requirements of Wisconsin Administrative Code Chapter DHS 110 and are available to all EMS providers, regardless of system affiliation.

Medical Direction

Led by Dr. Steven Andrews and Dr. Donald Keen, our program provides medical direction for EMS agencies (both municipal and private-for-profit), law enforcement agencies and Naloxone Administration programs in Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties.

Learn About Medical Direction

EMS Protocols

Get the latest pre-hospital patient care protocols.

Protocols 2020 – rev 1.2 final

Scope of Practice

Quality Improvement

At Advocate Aurora Health, we’re committed to providing our patients the highest standards of care. Through our Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) process, Southern Lakes EMS monitors and provides feedback on care given by our EMS partners in the field.

Learn About Our CQI Process

Disease Information

Some conditions can put patients at serious risk and require you to pre-notify the hospital, so the right team can be assembled before the patient arrives. Learn more about these conditions, which include STEMI, trauma, stroke and sepsis.

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Contact Us

Request more information or connect with Southern Lakes EMS staff.

Continuing  Education

Southern Lakes EMS offers continuing education for all EMS providers.

Southern Lakes Protocols

Get the latest pre-hospital patient care protocols.

Affiliations Requirements

View complete requirements for affiliating with Southern Lakes EMS.

COVID-19

Vaccine Update

We’re vaccinating anyone in Illinois and Wisconsin who’s 16 and older – whether you’re our patient or not – with the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. We’ve paused use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. See why.