EMS Guidebook allows the user to view the medical protocols of specific EMS agencies. This guidebook is meant to be a replacement of the traditional flip book guides that EMTs and Paramedics carry for reference on emergency calls.

Currently, available agencies are:

Generic Protocols - Free of charge
Summit County EMS in Summit County Utah - Password required
Wasatch County EMS in Wasatch County Utah - Password required
South Davis Metro Fire - Password required
Critical Care Transport - Password required
North Box Elder County - Password required
South Scott County Ambulance District - Password required

The specific agencies protocols require passwords to download. Those passwords are available from the agency's Training Officer. The Generic Protocols are available without a password.

In addition to the above agencies, the following protocols are available via an in-app purchase:

District 2B Protocols (Salt Lake County, UT)
North Carolina EMS Protocols (General EMS protocols for North Carolina)
Hawaii EMS Protocols
2011-2013 St John EMS Protocols (New Zealand)
Utah Pediatric Off-Line Protocol Guidelines (EMSC)
Utah Statewide Protocols
West Virginia EMT Basic Protocols

As part of the base program, each set of protocols contain references such as pediatric vital signs, burn references, c-spine clearance charts, 12-lead guidelines, American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines, START and JumpSTART triage guides. There are also guides to several common cardiac rhythms with examples.

If you wish to have your protocols put into this system contact us through the app

What’s New

Version 2.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

We made a few under-the-hood upgrades and have added several tools including:
GCS Calculator
Medication Calculator
APGAR Calculator
Parkland Burn Formula Calculator
Location notifier for calling in extra help

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

cstaples ,


I'm glad that this exists! I've been trying to find a decent Paramedic app for the iPad. This seems somewhat clear, concise, and easy to use. There are multiple spelling and grammar errors that are hard to ignore. There are also some inconsistencies with the cardiac rhythms, and inaccurate information. I see that this is in the beginning phases, so I understand that there are things to fix.

Kelobx ,

Best protocol app out there

I'm so excited about this app. I downloaded it. Contacted mike with the info and in a few weeks my state protocols will be on here. So awesome to not have to fumble around for a book if I have a question. Especially since protocols are changing so often anymore

JR Dionne ,


Love this app. Great to have the protocols at the tip of my fingers in the field!!

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