Kitsap EMS and Trauma Care Council

Kitsap County Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Care Council (KCEMS&TCC) is comprised of emergency service provider agencies dedicated to the health and safety of the residents of Kitsap  County.

It is the mission of the Kitsap County Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Care Council to drive excellence in pre-hospital emergency medical care throughout Kitsap County and Washington State.


It is the mission of the Kitsap County Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Care Council to drive excellence in pre-hospital emergency medical care throughout Kitsap County and Washington State.

Our vision is to be the premiere EMS delivery system in Washington State. We accomplish this through training, education and quality improvement. Our system is monitored from the initial 911 call through the patient’s release from care.

Is to provide the best pre-hospital care for the citizens of Kitsap County

We offer a variety of EMS training. From initial EMT training to continuing education for our current EMS providers.

CPR classes are held by our individual agencies, please look on their website for further information.

Please look at our individual pages for the training you are seeking.

We do not retain transport records of any Kitsap County patient. If you are interested in transport records, please contact the transporting agency.


COVID 19 cases across Washington State continue to rise.

Staying home as much as possible is the most effective way to stop the spread, but there are other important things you can do. If you have to go out in public, wear a mask. Face coverings help keep infected people from spreading the disease. You could be contagious without knowing it, and every person you infect can infect others. Physical distancing, even when wearing a mask, is important. Washing your hands often is an effective way to protect yourself.

Kitsap County launches drive-thru COVID-19 testing site

Kitsap Public Health District and Kitsap County Emergency Operations Center, in partnership with various community organizations, offer drive-through community COVID-19 testing sites. These sites provide additional low-barrier testing options. Results are typically available within 3 to 4 days (72-96 hours) of your test. Results may take longer due to high testing volumes at the lab or other unforeseen circumstances.

Testing is available regardless of health insurance status. A medical appointment is not required for testing.

a week for anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms, has been exposed to a COVID-19 case, or meets other testing criteria.

Participants must book appointments for testing online or by phone. A healthcare provider visit and health insurance are not required to access testing. Results are typically available within 48 hours.

Effective 03/22/2021
Kitsap County Moves to Phase 3

The State of Washington began the Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery plan on January 11, 2021, with only two phases while it continues to assess the evolving pandemic. Additional Phases may be added in the future as the impact of continued vaccine distribution and other changes in COVID-19 response require.

Kitsap County is part of the Northwest Region, which includes Clallam, Jefferson Kitsap and Mason Counties.

 View the full Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery Document

May 4, 2021
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Inslee announces two-week pause on phases

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced a two-week pause on movement in the Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan. Under the pause, every county will remain in its current phase. At the end of two weeks, each county will be re-evaluated.

The decision was made in consultation with the Department of Health, and reflects current data suggesting Washington’s fourth wave has hit a plateau.

“We are at the intersection of progress and failure, and we cannot veer from the path of progress,” Inslee said Tuesday. “Our economy is beginning to show early signs of growth thanks to some of our great legislative victories and we know vaccines are the ticket to further reopening — if we adhere to public health until enough people are vaccinated.”

For the past several weeks, epidemiologists have been following the state’s fourth COVID-19 wave, which now appears to be leveling out. The fourth wave has been less severe and case counts and mortalities have not been tied in rates of increase as they have in the past.

The changes in data throughout the fourth wave have been attributed to increasing vaccination rates, shortening hospital stays and lessening the severity of the illness. The state’s early vaccine prioritization has also been tied to improved data and decreasing mortality rates in the state’s most vulnerable populations.

Vaccines are now available to all Washingtonians 16 and up. To find an appointment, visit

Read the rest of the story on the governor’s Medium page.

Due to COVID restrictions, some of our local fire department agencies are currently putting most CPR classes on hold.

If you are in need of a CPR class, please look at our CPR class page or: