Data & Statistics
EMS Data Dashboard
Sedgwick County EMS now has an interactive dashboard featuring data on EMS Operations (call volume, response times, transport destination, patient demographics, etc.), Clinicals (cardiac arrest hospital outcome, STEMI, stroke, narcan, etc.) and Financials (revenues and expenditures). The dashboard includes numerous filters to dissect the data by year, month, city, and so much more. It contains data from 2019 - till date and will be updated monthly.
You can view the summary dashboard on this page below or click the link to view the full dashboard. The data dashboard is best viewed with Edge, Chrome or Firefox.
If you have any questions about the dashboard, please contact the EMS Systems & Chief Data Officer
The ops report below contains detailed data on call volume, response times, critical status events, staffing and workload.
The Utstein survival report below contains detailed data on cardiac resuscitation attempts, etiology, rhythm, outcome and neurological status.
According to the CDC, Utstein survival refers to survival to hospital discharge of those cardiac patients whose arrest events were witnessed by a bystander and that involved persons who had an initial rhythm of ventricular fibrillation or pulseless ventricular tachycardia. These patients are the most likely to respond to CPR or defibrillation and are thus more likely to survive an Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) event.
Data source: CARES (Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival)
SCEMS Utstein Survival Report
National Utstein Survival Report (For comparison against SCEMS)