California Responds: The Legacy of California Emergency Medical Services
Opening date to be announced
Explore the legacy of the state’s Emergency Medical Services in this all-new exhibit presented by the National EMS Museum in partnership with California EMS Authority and Global Medical Response.
Featuring rarely seen artifacts and photographs, “California Responds” chronicles the history of emergency medical services in the U.S., highlighting the state’s lasting impact and contributions to the advancement of patient and emergency medical care.
The exhibit celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Wedworth-Townsend Paramedic Act, a bill that ensured uniform regulation and training for EMS providers statewide, signed by Governor Ronald Reagan on July 15, 1970.