Passing of Mike Shankle

It is with deep sorrow that the Tennessee Ambulance Service Association announces the passing of Mike Shankle. Mike began his EMS career as an EMT in 1986 and later completed his paramedic training in 1990. He succeeded Terry Farris in 1990 as Director of Henry County EMS where he served for 25 years. Mike was […]

Application Extension – CARES Act Phase 2

Application Extension: CARES Act Provider Relief Fund for Phase 2 General Distribution The HHS, through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), is distributing funding as part of ongoing efforts to offer financial relief to providers impacted by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Eligible providers may receive up to 2 percent of reported revenue from patient […]

EMS World Expo 202 Virtual

September 14-18, 2020   |   Learn More TASA Members Save $50 On Registration The 2020 EMS World Expo will now be delivered as a virtual experience, September 14-18. If you’ve never participated in EMS World Expo or haven’t attended the last few years, now is the best time to give us a try. With no hotel or travel costs, you […]

2020 Reimbursement Conference is now VIRTUAL

*Now a VIRTUAL Conference* TASA 2020 REIMBURSEMENT/COMPLIANCE CONFERENCE September 2nd and 3rd, 2020 Due to the COVID Pandemic the TASA Board has made the decision to continue this conference virtually. Page Wolfberg & Wirth, LLC (PWW) have been successful with providing this interactive webinar platform and will be able to offer this for our annual 2020 TASA […]

Cancelled: NAEMT Day on the Hill – D.C.

The NAEMT Board announced this morning that the 2020 EMS On The Hill Day and the EMS Transformation Summit have been cancelled.  NAEMT will provide full refunds of registration fees to all registrants of both events.  NAEMT will launch a virtual EMS On The Hill Day in the near future in which all EMS professionals […]


Helpful Links: TDH COMMISSIONER DR. LISA PIERCEY UPDATE ON COVID-19 PREPAREDNESS NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey, MD, MBA, FAAP today provided an update on actions underway to ensure Tennessee is prepared for an outbreak of COVID-19. Tennessee does not have any cases of COVID-19 at this time, and the risk […]