The University of San Francisco: Emergency Medical Response Service

The University of San Francisco Emergency Medical Response Service (EMRS) helps build the foundation for a community committed to health and safety, one emergency at a time.

Eric Bratcher EMT April 15

EMT of the Month

April: Eric Bratcher
"We are so grateful... for the great contributions he has made to making our service even stronger."Read more »

Celebration of Student Life Poster

We’re collaborating with campus and community partners to improve safety, promote health and prepare students, staff and faculty to respond to emergencies on the hilltop campus. Our free emergency response service is staffed entirely by USF students who volunteer as certified EMTs on our squad. Are you interested in joining the EMRS team? We’re always looking for new members.

EMRS training actionThe EMRS team also offers life support for healthcare providers and American Heart Association Heartsaver® courses to individuals and USF departments. The skills you’ll acquire in these classes will prepare you and your team for a lifetime of basic emergency assistance.





Courses and Events

HCP BLS: Health Care Provider Basic Life Support

5/2/2015, 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Lone Mountain Main 100 - Handlery Room

HCP BLS: Health Care Provider Basic Life Support

5/3/2015, 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Lone Mountain Main 100 - Handlery Room