Medical Direction & Control Calls Find a Location Find a Doctor For Health Professionals Physician Services & Medical Affairs If you need to verify privileges on a provider please click the link below. Verification of Privileges Medical Leadership Physician Services Medical Affairs Provider Network Physician Opportunities/APP Careers Relevant Information for Providers Education & Training Career Training Continuing Education in Nursing Instructor/Student Guidelines Nurse Aid Training Course School of Medical Laboratory Science Course Description & Program Schedule Admission Requirements Lisa Ann Marshall Scholarship Tuition & Fees Administrative Fellowship Family Medicine Residency About Our Program About Our Region Alumni How to Apply Meet the Faculty Meet the Residents First Year Residents Second Year Residents Third Year Residents Hospice & Palliative Medicine Fellowship Curriculum and Application Meet our Fellows Pharmacy Residency St. Elizabeth Healthcare PGY1 Pharmacy Residency St. Elizabeth Healthcare PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency St. Elizabeth Healthcare PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency St. Elizabeth Healthcare PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership Pharmacy Program St. Elizabeth Healthcare PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency St. Elizabeth Dearborn PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Application Information Pharmacy Services Meet Our Residents EMS/Pre-hospital Care Patient Care Follow-Up Certifications & Recertifications Medical Direction & Control Calls EMS Resources PulsePoint Registered Nurse First Assistant Program Resources Associate Self Service Laboratory Services All Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agencies use a medical command center as a base of operations. The St. Elizabeth Emergency Department is a base station for the paramedics in the field. St. Elizabeth Emergency Room Physicians are available by radio or phone to give medical advice, approve medication orders, direct resuscitation and end of life efforts, explain to patients the consequences of refusing treatment and clarify protocols. This service is provided to EMS agencies throughout Northern Kentucky. In addition to the radio reports mentioned in the first paragraph, we are also heavily using Pulsara as a bi-directional communication tool. Implementation of Pulsara has garnered St. Elizabeth national attention. A research poster was presented at the annual Institute for Healthcare Improvement Symposium in Orlando, FL in December 2018. For more information on Pulsara, please click here. Resources For more information regarding the Northern Kentucky Firefighters Association, please click here. For more information regarding Medical Direction, please click here.